06/01/1996


Features

Air-Blown Fiber Gives University of Utah Unmatched Flexibility in Campus-Wide Network at Half Cost


Universal Access to Science Study via Internet


Using E-Mail, Web Sites & Newsgroups to Enhance Traditional Classroom Instruction


The MBA Degree on Television: The Fusion of Teaching and Technology


Achieving Technological Equity and Equal Access to the Learning Tools of the 21st Century


Product Focus

LCD Projector w/ Low Price, Top Features


Auto-Sizing Light Field Helps Users


Use Doc Camera in Video Conferences


LCD Panels Boast 800x600 Resolution


UPS Adapter Beefs Up Security, Control


LCD Monitors Are Flicker Free


Digitally Control Slide-to-Video


Outspoken Globe Teaches Geography


Devices Make Video Interactive


Physically Challenged Can Control PC, TV


Applications

Animations Help College Students Visualize Anatomy and Physiology


Portland K-12 Network Supports Myriad of Community Services


St. Patrick Teacher, Students Share Ideas Via Electronic Whiteboard


Networked College Lab Supports Collaborative Writing Instruction


Editorial

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Ed-Tech Trends

Library Automation Systems Integrate the Internet


Multimedia News

Explore Genetics Issues w/Videodisc


Camera Designed For ID Systems


Create Virtual Reality Web Sites


Liven Up Lectures W/ Sound & Music


Access Science Magazine on Web


100,000 Pages of OTA Reports Available


Over 300 Titles Help Educators Train


Kids Call the Shots In Hollywood


Got $5? Learn About A CPA Career


SW Helps Students Learn Literary Skills


Learn History in Unique, Exciting Way


News/In Brief

Co-Op Program Targets Higher Ed.


Logicus Joins K-12 Windows Program


Award Helps School Acquire Furniture


Electromechanical SW Wins Int'l Award


SkillsBank to Create SW for the Home


Kodak Sponsors Imaging Grants


Ed. Pricing Targets Graphics Teachers


College Search SW Benefits Students


Michigan Committee Endorses LCD Panel


New Journal Serves Java Programmers


Asante Broadens K-12 Distribution


Society Promotes Technology Literacy


Prices Are Lowered On Anatomy Series


Telecommunications

Program Extends Curricula to Homes


Bridge Integrates Ethernet Networks


CSU/DSUs Boast Open Architecture


Graphics Conference Includes K-12 Track


Guide Helps One Teach w/Internet


Internet SW Installs On NetWare Server


Microwave Bridge Enables Full Duplex


Discovery Debuts New Online Service


Bell Atlantic Funds Scholarships for Ed.


Remote Access System Includes Firewall


College Search Site Enhances Graphics


Distant Students Talk Via Keypads


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