Community Involvement & Support: It's More Than Just NetDay

A Community-Corporate DL Partnership: Teaching Conflict Resolution to Middle School Students

The Science Learning Network: Partnerships, Technology & Teacher Change

Hometown Discovery: Learning Locally, Thinking Globally

Approaching Ground Zero With Today's Technology Tools

Product Focus

In the Spotlight


Product Profile of Two Notebooks

Special Education


Wireless Network Gets A+ From Medicine Hat School District

BYU-Hawaii Staff and Students Exploit WordPerfect's Internet Features

Electronic Field Trip to Costa Rica Is Cross-Curricular and Organized

Fiber on Campus Gives Instructors Full Control


Home-School Connections

Ed-Tech Trends

Wireless Systems Remove Boundaries to Learning

News/In Brief

NSF Grants Support Next-Generation Internet

FCC Approves "E-Rate" for Schools & Libraries

Conference to Address Community Issues

Edutainment Carnival Tours the West Coast

CUC Introduces Unique School-to-Home License

Late Breaks...

Free Resources

Industry Awards

Indiana Officials Approve Social Science Package

Three Universities Buy Banner2000 Licenses

UCLA Extension Offers Flexible Online Courses

Canadian School Board Installs McGraw-Hill SIS

Georgia Schools Order Dell PCs and Servers

Engineering College Uses VisLab for 3D Visualization

All 50 States Receive Tech. Challenge Funds

Bill Gates NECC '97 Keynote

California District Leases Mobile Learning Centers


Firm's Tech Lets Schools Access Cheaper

Instructors Control Internet "Classroom"

Telco Assists Schools in Telecom Funding

Java Spell Checker Is Suited for NCs

TriniCom VC Units Connect Rome and New York

Network TroubleShooter Is Software-Only

Colorado Schools Take Advantage of Flexible Network Strategy

Portable DL System Is Simple Yet Powerful

Conduct Training Over Intranets & the Internet

CD Includes Five Webmaster Guides


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