10/01/2003


Features

Implementing a Mobile Lab in a Faculty of Education


The Reality of Anytime, Anywhere Learning


Wireless Tots


Improving School Performance and Career Preparation With a Wireless Computer Lab


Applications

Alexandria Technical College Flourishes With the Implementation of a Wireless Network


Conference Previews

Conference Previews


ConnectEd

PocketClassroom Connects Teachers, Students With Handhelds


AlphaSmart Releases Wireless Laptop Alternative


Short Takes: Franklin Electronic Publishers


Short Takes: NeoMagic Corp.


Short Takes: Gateway Inc.


CSD Provides Control of Entire WLAN Infrastructure


Short Takes: SpectraLink Corp.


Editorial

Dr. Sylvia Charp


In Loving Memory of Dr. Sylvia Charp


Industry Perspective

Are You Breaking the Law?


Making Life Easier

The Importance of Reliable Online Sources


News/In Brief

Short Takes: Teachers College Press


Microsoft Offers Educational Pricing for 'OneNote'


Dr. Fletcher Named Interim EIC of T.H.E. Journal


Short Takes: Excelsior Software Inc.


DirecTV, Thomson to Donate 5,000 Satellite Systems


Product Watch

Coolpix SQ


Digital Cameras


Hands-On Review: Sony MVC-CD350 CD Mavica Digital Camera


Hands-On Review: CrazyTalk 3.0


Hands-On Review: InFocus X1


Digital Imaging Software


Hands-On Review: CanoScan 3000F Color Image Scanner


Presto! VideoWorks Platinum


Digital Imaging: The Wave of the Future


MovieWorks Deluxe 6.0.1


Battle of the Resolutions: SVGA vs. XGA Projectors


Web Bulletin Board

Web Bulletin Board


Wireless/Mobile Computing

Finding a 'Hotspot' Near You


Breakdown of Popular 802.11 Standards


Drilling Into Bluetooth


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