09/01/1997


Features

Software Simulation Enhances Science Experiments


The Boulder Valley Internet Project: Lessons Learned


Internet-Based Testing: A Vision or Reality?


E-COMP: A Few Words About Teaching Writing with Computers


What Computer Skills Do Employers Expect From Recent College Graduates?


What You Need to Know: New Discounts Cut the Toll for Driving the Information Superhighway


Product Focus

In The Spotlight: Compact Video Camera Opens New Doors


CD-ROM Drives


Projectors


LCD Projectors Make Chalkboards Obselete in High School Computer Lab


More on Projectors....


Power Protection


Applications

Lewisburg Area School District Implements Converged Voice/Data Solution Without Buying a Network


Calif. High school Enters the Digital Age by Fully Integrating A/V Equipment


Pa. District Selects Learning Systems from Sony for High-Tech High School


Colorado Teachers Reduce the Time Required to Administer Reading Tests, Get Results


Minneapolis District Finds Success With OMR Scanning for Testing & Assessment


Editorial

Answering The Atlantic Monthly


Ed-Tech Trends

Digital Imaging Is Innovative, Useful and Now Within Educators' Reach


Multimedia News

More on CD Hardware & DVD...


More on Digital Imaging...


News/In Brief

Tandy Recognizes 200 Instructors & Students


MathSoft Announces StudyWorks Grants


Win PCs, Scanners & SW in HyperStudio Contest


Workforce Academy Opens Its Doors in Ky.


Free Materials & Services


Prosoft Course Covers Netscape Communicator


Compaq Creates Bundled Solutions for Campuses


Learn How to Break into Networking Field


Take Classes Anytime on the Virtual Campus


Late Breaks


Twelve Teams Get Top ExploraVision Honors


Dell Forms New Division to Serve Ed. Customers


More on Alliances...


U.S. Robotics, APTE Send Internet Kits to Schools


Pioneer Co-Sponsors K-12 Mentor Program


Apple Grants Support Teacher Training Efforts


Wave Tech. Expands Its Online Services


MCI Unit to Distribute Tandberg Conf. Products


ThinkQuest '98 Offers Three New Awards


Telecommunications

Kids' Accomplishments Profiled on New Series


Boost Network Productivity and Block Pornography


Push Technology Goes to School


Eudora E-Mail in Your PalmPilot


Wireless Network Links Kids to the 'Net Then Handles 2D Bar Code


Call Center Operations Managed More Efficiently


Apple's Network Toolkit Eases Maintenance


Telecommunications Planning Checklist


FirstClass Embraces the Internet


Unit Boosts University's Broadcast Program


Publish Engineering Docs Over the Web


Integrate ActiveX and Java into WebShare


Run Java-Enabled Presentations Over the Web


St. John's University Enhances Student Services With Interactive Voice Response System


Virtual Chat Rooms Useful for DL


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