09/01/2002


Features

Piloting, Polishing & Perfecting: Creating and Implementing a Technology Staff Development Model


The NEW DIGITAL CAMPUS


Bringing Induction to the Teacher: A Blended Learning Model


The Litany


Applications

Web Platform Enhances Communication Between Parents, Faculty in Hempstead ISD Community


North Carolina School District Streamlines Its Special Education Management System


ConnectEd

Citrix Releases Portal Server; Offers Related Training Course


ISP Offers Affordable Ultrahigh-Speed Bandwidth


Case Study: Texas University Breaks Down the Walls of the Classroom With Wireless Connectivity


Editorial

Administrative and Instructional Portals


Industry Perspective

Outsourcing: A Cost-Effective Alternative to the School Help Desk


News/In Brief

Alliance Seeks to Develop IT Faculty Development


Education Contest Awards Cash, Computer Products


Palm Certifies K12 Handhelds for Training


Riverdeep Revamps Learning Village


Lofty Grant Program Benefits Learning-Disabled Students


Product Watch

English Development Program Utilizes LeapPad


Case Study: Storage Appliance Aids in High-Tech Learning at California High School


Security Tools... DriveShield


Assessment Tools... eMeasurement Services


Security Tools... American Locker Security Systems Inc.


MicronPC Expands Server Line


TI Offers Full-Size Keyboard for Handhelds


Assessment Tools... QMWISe


Assessment Tools... Scantron's ParSYSTEM 5.0


Assessment Tools... Achievement Management System


Assessment Tools... Learner Profile


Security Tools... Aristotle Desktop Usage Monitor


Security Tools... Clean Slate v2.0


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