04/01/1996


Features

Linking Students to the Infosphere


Use of the Internet in the Florida Learning Support Systems


Tips & Tricks for K-12 Educational LANs


Building a School District's Wide Area Network


Product Focus

PCs Are Complete Multimedia Workstations


High Quiality MM Projector Has Low Price


Furniture Grows Along With Students


Learning Theater Sparks Kids' Interest


Dell Introduces Learning Stations


Learn to Repair Laser Printers


Fool-Proof Those Cumbersome A/V Carts


LCD Panels Support Multiple Formats


Video Workstation Offers Total Solution


Unique Pad & SW Teach Handwriting


New Workstations Feature Pentium Pro


New Technology Lightens LCD Projector


Projector Suited for Budget Minded


OHP Blows 'Em Away with 4,000 Lumens


Applications

Remote Access Server Helps Graduate Students Avoid Traffic


Writing Software Help Students Make "Perfect Copy"


Fla. High School Links Gradebook & More to IVR Phone System


College Language Learning Labs Feature Media Distribution System


Editorial

Telecommunications and Networking


Ed-Tech Trends

Student Information Systems Are Integrating More Functions


Multimedia News

Inservice Video Covers


Video for Grades 6-9 Introduces Careers


Workstation Houses


Music Videodics Sold at Discount


CD-ROM Displays Great Buildings


Read Stories in Spanish or English


Video Presents Model for Change


CD-i Teacher Kits are "Intro Priced" in April


Learn to Tell Time In Fun-Filled


Package Helps One Create Web Graphics


Technology Brings Web Pages "Alive"


Interactive Storybook Features "Little Critter"


Modules Explore Real-Life Calculus


News/In Brief

D.C. Project Connects Schools and Families


Video Demonstrates Scientific Products


Atlanta Schools Install Advanced Network


Fla. Students Learn in Live "Competitions"


Research Evaluates Impact of Technology


Preview COMPanion SW for Macs on Free CD


Microsoft Offers New Grants for Higher Ed.


Corel Corp. Aquires WordPerfect Family


Telecommunications

Use Win, DOS, & OS/2 On Same Network


Web Site Serves Entire Community


Networking Server Works as IP Router


Modems Ship With Internet Software


Connect LAN Users Directly to Internet


Contact Manager Suits Workgroups


Database Contains Urban Ed. Resources


Institute Offers Its Broadcasts on Video


Online Brochure Focuses on Internet


System Transforms Admissions Process


Pamphlet Explains Distance Learning


Network Solutions Designed for K-12


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