03/01/1997


Features

Faculty Development Videoconferences: What We Have Learned


Preparing Students for a Changing Future: How One New York School District Restructured Its Educatio


MOOville: The Writing Project's Own "Private Idaho"


Interactive Distance Education Alliance (IDEA): Collaborative Model Delivers On Demand


Product Focus

Audio Systems Deliver Ful Surround Sound


Language Learning System Goes Entirely Digital


Electric Device Can Open & Close Doors


LCD Panels Transmit 50% More Light


Student Workstation Seats Two Comfortably


Word Processing Unit Aids Visually Impaired


Convertible Keyboard Is a "Switch Hitter"


Mid-Volume Copier Automates Functions


Slim MM Projector Suits Mobile Workers


Kit, Course & Contest Teaches Robotics


Pioneer Data Projector Uses DRI Technology


Applications

Pa. Middle School Implements Computer-Assisted Math Lab


Students Explore Community Issues Using Geographic Info. System


Digital Duplicator Helps N.J. School Streamline Printing Process


Texas College Finds Success With Learner-Centered Math Package


Editorial

Enhancing Workplace Skills


Ed-Tech Trends

Connecting to the Internet Faster, Cheaper, and Easier


Multimedia News

Videodisc Players Make a Difference in Urban Elementary School


Corel Presentations 7 Video Shows Teachers' Use


Authoring SW Suits Time-Challenged Educators


MM Academy Spreads Its Reach


CDs Help Students Find Scholarships, Career Info


Firm Offers Videos, CDs for Tech Training


Fla. Is Locale for EcoVentures


Historical Moments Outlined in New Title


Kids Get Inspired to Invent


News/In Brief

Templates Simplify Administrative Functions


Community License Suits Home Schooling


District Receives Award for Monitoring Systems


Ariz. District Installs Network in Phases


Survey Ranks K-8 Math Software


Find Ed-Tech Product Info Via Online Site


Training Courses Are Free Over Internet


Firm Donates Print Buffer to Institute


Seminars to Cover 'Data Warehousing'


Free TV Service Aids Math, Science Teachers


TeleCommunity Centers Offer Free Public Access


Career Pkg. Comes in Single Version


Telecommunications

Institute Prepares Distance Educators


Oracle Activates New Education Service


CD Helps K-12 Teachers Find Resources on Net


Projectneat to Donate Net Access


SW Enables Teacher-Led Web Based Training


TV Series Examines Educators' Challenges


Send, Receive Faxes Using Web Browser


Now Even Kids Can Create Web Pages


Interact w/ Students Via LCD Touchscreen


Add Pictures, Audio to E-Mail Messages


"Consumer" ADSL Modem Debuts


10BASE-T Switch Suits Smaller Workgroups


WAN Router Boasts Reliability & More


Prodigy Internet Offers Term Pricing


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