11/01/1997


Features

Overcoming Faculty's Fear and Loathing: One Principal's Approach


Decision Making Based on Standards: A Model for Computerizing Public Educations


Five Strategies for District Computer Coordinators to Fund and Manage a Transition to Technology-Ric


The Leadership Role in Making the Technology Connection


Innovative Staffing to Meet Technological Changes: A Case Study at Wake Forest University


Product Focus

Networking


New Furniture Line Has An Ergonomic Design


Canon's VC-C3 Camera Suits Videoconferencing and More


In Brief


Whiteboards


Applications

Lab Automation Software Gives System Administrators a Break


Camp Hill Students & Faculty Ready For the Future with Fiber Network


University of Wisconsin Exploits OMR Capabilities for Handwriting


Editorial

Administrative and Management Strategies


Ed-Tech Trends

New Products Streamline Testing Assessment


News/In Brief

QuickMail Pro Gains Foothold in Education


Hi-Ed Institutions License PeopleSoft Applications


College District Signs Contract With SCT


Administrative Package Helps Illinois District


Late Breaks


Online Reference Tools


Stanford University Adds Customized A/V Systems


Apple Donates Power Macs To Smithsonian


Schools in Singapore Use K-8 Science CD


Princeton Univ. Makes Microsoft SW Standard


MOREnet Chooses Grolier Reference Collection


Silicon Graphics, TIME Sponsor "The Robot Zoo"


Free Materials


Full-Text Database Goes Online in N.Y. Library


N.J. District Installs 3Com ATM Network


Telecommunications

Instantly Publish Documents With jDoc Java Technology


Idaho School District's Wireless WAN Opens Intranet, Internet Potential


Network Analysis Software Used for Real-World "Networks"


School District Signs Up for Video Distribution


Short Takes


Media Management SW Aids Media Centers


Unique Distance Learning Solution Born From International Venture


Control Server/Router Power by Remote


Power Supply SW Gives On-screen Info


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