04/01/1997


Features

Teaching on the Net: What's the Difference?


The Evolution of Policy and Practice: Telecommunications-Based Instruction in Oklahoma


Debates Via Computer Networks: Improving Writing & Bridging Classrooms


Student Perceptions of Electronic Discussion Groups


Product Focus

Sun Internet Server Costs Under $5,000


Color CCD Camera Weighs Half a Pound


Whiteboard Boasts Four Writing Screens


Guide Discusses Tech. Integration


CNC Machines Are for Teaching


Drawing Tablet Is Built for Teens


Control the Cursor Without Using Hands


Polaroid Projector Weighs Under 10 Lbs.


Digital Laser Copier Doubles as Printer


Applications

WAN Eases Tasks And Supplies Fast Internet Access


Graphing Calculators Replace PCs For Mathematics Instruction


Grant Helps Engineering Dept. Bring Technology to Design Curriculum


Electronic Field Trips Bring History to Life


SAT Preparation Software Boosts Students' Scores and Spirits


Editorial

Strategies for Bridging Distances


Ed-Tech Trends

DVD Promises to Change the Face of Optical Media


Multimedia News

Reference & Review Tools Help in Science


Free Civil Rights CD Features Whoopi


Tiny Microbes Are Focus of New CD


Customer Service Course Benefits Institutions


Disc Contains Docs on Agriculture, Gardening


Now Italian Can Be Learned Naturally


Hunt for Dino Fossils Kids Explore Paleontology Career


MM Authoring System Now Works With Web


Take a Long Look at Our Nuclear Age


Explore Genetic Engineering Techniques


Encarta 97 Adds Content, Extra CD


News/In Brief

Windows 95 Guide Is Made for Teachers


Okla. Classrooms Benefit from JetNet


Digital Art Contest Honors 2D, 3D Work


ERIC Report Endorses Portfolios for Teachers


Consortium Tackles IT Issues in Higher Ed.


NovaNET Delivers Courseware Online


Cable TV Program Focuses on the Arts


Group Purchases Videoconf. Solution


Ten More Schools Sign With CampusMCI


Davidson Kicks Off U.S. History Contest


Firm Sells Pre-Owned PCs for $599 on Up


District Streamlines HR Operations


Telecommunications

Java SW Handles ActiveX, Beans, SQL


Cross-Platform PC Cards Connect Everything


Distance Learning Offerings Shown in Sony Video


Book Spurs Donation Program for Schools


Net Screening System Auto-Updates Nightly


SW Shares CDs Without a LAN


Learn HTML By Video's Steps


Search Service Suits Researchers, Etc.


Consortium Supports Certification Standards


IVR Add-on Gives Access via Web


Co. Offers Satellite Time, Network Services


Audio Bridge Is Conf. Solution


Share One Net Account With Multiple Users


Java Develop. Tool Uses RAD Architecture


Campuswide Wireless E-Mail Alerts Cost Just $6 Month/Student


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