T.H.E. Readers Get Net Guide at Discount
K-12 Resources on the Internet is written for the K-12 teacher or librarian who cannot afford the time or expense to attend training workshops on the Internet.
Organized into three modules -- Learning the Internet, Teaching the Internet and Acquiring the Internet -- the book includes clear and succinct explanations, together with useful exercises for any school professional. The author, Gail Junion-Metz, is a well-known Internet trainer specializing in K-12 applications.
Specifically, the author shows how to use the Internet to prepare class projects, find challenging assignments, teach problem-solving skills and devise new ways to spice up classroom learning. Further, this book gives teachers, librarians and administrators information essential for keeping up and staying in touch with colleagues worldwide.
Other titles in the Internet Workshop series cover science and technology resources, FTP, business resources and more. For a limited time, T.H.E. Journal readers are eligible for a 10% discount on this and other instructional guides; mention this announcement when ordering.
For ordering information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (leave subject and message blocks blank) or visit www.library-solutions.com. Library Solutions Institute and Press, San Carlos, CA, (510) 841-2636.
This article originally appeared in the 03/01/1996 issue of THE Journal.