05/01/2000


Special Feature

School Violence and Technology


Features

Empowering Faculty with Technology


Uniting Teachers to Embrace 21st Century Technology: A Critical Mass in a Cohort of Colleagues


Involving Teachers in Web-Based Professional Development


Training Teachers Using Computers


Product Focus

New Products - GradeMaster


New Products - HP DeskJets


New Products - FR3950a Risograph


Community College Upgrades IT Infrastructure


New Products - JVC E-Mail Management Solution


New Products - ScienceWorkshop PASPORT


Sony DSC-D700


New Products - Cobra Arm


Applications

Bringing Web Literacy to Faculty


Web-Based Student Information System Simplifies Records Management


Broadband

High Capacity Cable Management for Schools


New Products Enhance Network Performance


Put Your High School Online


Short Takes - Berk-Tek


The Power of Web Collaboration


Broadly Speaking


Short Takes - 2000 NetConnect Product Catalog


Short Takes - Prosoft Engineering


Editorial

Professional Development


Educator's Evaluation

Symantec's pcANYWHERE


Knowledge Adventure's Jump Start Math for Kindergartners


Knowledge Adventure's Spelling Blaster Ages 6-9


Events

Calendar


Industry Perspective

One-to-One Computing Tools for Life


News/In Brief

Web Innovator Receives Award


Adventures in Robot-Building


Late Breaks - 3M Salute to Schools


Internet Draft Aims to Decongest Data Traffic


Late Breaks - Digital Diplomacy Award


Late Breaks - N2H2 and Microsoft Corp.


House Subcommittee Looks at Technology in Education


Late Breaks - The Siemens Westinghouse Science & Technology Competition


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