Assessing Enrollment and Attrition Rates for the Online MBA

Assessing the Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Achievement

Increasing Productivity in Course Delivery

Evaluating Distance Education Across Twelve Time Zones

Product Focus

RCA/Thomson Commercial Electronics' J36530 Monitor-Receiver

CTX International's Value Series 950 (VL950) Monitor

Samsung's SVP-5500 Video

Steelcase, Inc.'s Huddleboard Marker Board

InFocus Corp.'s New Proxima XGA Projector

Eastman Kodak's DP2900



Proview Technology's DX-797 Monitor

Eiki's LC-XNB2UW

Sharp Electronics Corp.'s Notevision C30

Toshiba's TLP-X11

Gateway's Destination II Presentation Solution

MultiSync VT450 from NEC

Zenith's DSV-100

Boxlight's MP-650i

Polaroid's New Merlin 460 and 340 Electronic White Boards

Mitsubishi high-end LCD projector

Microtek Lab, Inc.'s MVP800x LCD

Canon's Digital Document Camera DZ-3600U

Philip's DVD Q40

Polaview SVGA 270

PT-LC50U from Panasonic

Epson PowerLite 715c

AI3.6HD from Princeton Graphic Systems


Integrating Technology & Curriculum: Florida District Employs DVD to Enhance Classroom Experience


Card Provides Wi-Fi Wireless Networking

What a Switch

Routing System Manages Fiber Optic Cable

Simple Mac Videoconferencing

Protect Data Access



Educator's Evaluation

Symantec's Norton Anti-Virus 2000

Tom Snyder's That's a Fact Jack

TDK Mediactive Movie Book



News/In Brief

Seminar Helps with Legal Issues in Educational Technology

Textbooks Go Online

Program Aims to Bridge Digital Divide

Web-Building Finalists to Converge in Switzerland

Late Breaks...iMind Education Systems

Late Breaks...TENEX Systems, Inc.

Service Offers Customized Workbooks


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