12/01/1999


Features

Computer Literacy Among Entering Allied Health Students and Faculty


A Three-way Partnership for Learning: On-Campus Electronic Internships


Solutions to Teacher Technology Training


Product Focus

Motorola Spirit GT Two-Way Radios


News Releases - Primera Technology


News Releases - Texas Instruments


Not Your "Old School" Copier


News Releases - Canon U.S.A., Inc.


WIN Laboratories TradeWIN PC


News Releases - Seiko Instruments USA Inc.


News Releases - National Instruments


Applications

Stackable Hubs Selected for High-Speed Campus Connectivity


Broadband

See You on the Web


Maximize Internet Communications


Stanford Learning: Worldwide Availability On-Demand at Stanford Online


Putting Online Assessment to the Test


New WaveLAN Available for Education


Take Control of High-Ed Transactions


Expanded Service from BellSouth


Editorial

Partnerships for Learning


Educator's Evaluation

The Desktop Translator


Word Parts


Events

Calendar


Industry Perspective

Outsourced Training: The Key to High-Impact High Tech


News/In Brief

Late Breaks - barnesandnoble.com


Late Breaks - Microsoft Corp.


Toshiba/NSTA Awards Program Helps Students Explore the Future


ThinkQuest and 20 State Organizations Expand Educational Internet Resources


Late Breaks - Sylvan Prometric, Regents College, Microsoft Corp. and CompTIA


eCollege.com's eTeaching Solutions


JumpStart 2000 Challenges America's Students


NSTA Initiative Provides Missing Link to Web Sites and Science Textbooks


Late Breaks - AOL Foundation


Lucent Technologies Helps Blaze a Trail for University of Maryland Students


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