08/01/1999


Features

The Cost-Effective Multimedia Classroom


Online Procurement Replaces Campus Computer Resale


Technology: A Major Catalyst for Increasing Learning


Satellite Technologies in the Classroom


Product Focus

Hands-On, Olympus


Hands-On, Epson


SYS Performance AX-500P3 Pentium III PC


Applications

A High School for the Next Millennium: Clark Magnet High School


Satellite Systems Turn Challenges into Opportunities for ND and WV Students & Educators


Editorial

Administrative Applications:Enterprise-wide Solutions


Educator's Evaluation

The Cruncher 2.0 - Spreadsheet Software Designed for Kids


The Cruncher 2.0 - Spreadsheets: A Rich Learning Experience


Events

Calendar


Industry Perspective

Enterprise Vision: Unleashing the Power of the Internet in the Education Enterprise


Multimedia News

Media Retrieval Made More Convinient


News/In Brief

Gateway to Produce Custom-made Systems for K-12 Schools


Schools Nationwide Opt for Enterprise Application Solution


Late Breaks


Industry Leaders Promote Learning Beyond the Classroom


Honeywell to Offer JDL Solutions to Schools


Sylvia Charp Recognized Among Educational Technology Pioneers


Telecommunications

Arrange for Substitute Teachers Online


New Service Combines Fundraising and Online Shopping


Free Web Site Service for Online Courses


Convenient Connection for Remote Schools


Remote PC or Network Access Made Possible


Students Plan Their Futures Online


Cutting Edge Voice and Data Infrastructure on a Single Network at McMurry University


Creating and Distributing Surveys Made Easy


Short Takes


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