01/01/2004


Features

Successful Strategies for Saving & Securing Technology Funding


The Impact of Standards-Based Technology Professional Development


New IDEAS: Putting the School Interoperability Framework to the Test


Applications

Interactive Whiteboard System Creates 'Active Classrooms' for Rural Georgia School System


Affordable Network Management Solution Helps Novato District Make Technology Work for Its Students a


Conference Previews

FETC 2004 Conference Schedule


FETC 2004 Expands Focus to Reach a More Diverse Group of Educators


FETC 2004 Keynote Speaker: Linda Ellerbee


Editorial

Reflecting on the Past, Focusing on the Future


Making Life Easier

Technology to the Rescue


News/In Brief

SIIA Offers Special T.H.E. Pricing for Its SBR Guide


Software Allows Students to Control the Universe


EarthLink Program Bridges the Generation Gap With Technology


Product Watch

PolyVision Corp.


BenQ America Corp.


Califone International Inc.


Zenith


Sharp Electronics Corp.


Dukane Corp.


Omnivox Systems Ltd.


Toshiba's Computer Systems Group


ViewSonic Corp.


Katun Corp.


InFocus Corp.


SMART Technologies Inc.


Hitachi Software


EZedia Inc.


Epson America Inc.


Dell Computer


Canon U.S.A. Inc.


Casio Inc.


NEC Solutions America


Boxlight


Panasonic


PLUS Vision


Samsung


Mitsubishi Presentation Products Division


TechSmith Corp.


SafetyNet

Microsoft Announces Improved Security Measures for the New Year


Demystifying the Three Main Types of Malicious Programs


FYI - Network Operations Center


Updated Version of Fortres 101 Provides Ultimate Security Control


FYI - Virus Assist


FYI - Wi-Fi Protected Access


FYI - The Do Not Spam List


FYI - Cyber Security for the Digital District


Fingerprint Biometrics Delivers Greater Computer Protection


FYI - DeviceLock v5.51


FYI - Surveillance Manager


Web Bulletin Board

Web Bulletin Board


Web/Net

Tips for Getting Your Technology Projects Funded


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    Part of the progressive Hall County Schools System, the Academies of Discovery in Gainesville, Ga., were established with a vision of fostering 21st century skills through technology. Having adopted a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for their young students, the Academies recognized the need for display technology that would encourage collaboration and support a teaching approach built around project-based learning.Download this white paper to learn how they turned their vision into a reality. Read more...