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Adobe Digital Kids Club

Adobe Digital Kids Club

The online Adobe Digital Kids Club delivers a great opportunity for teachers to connect with students through the fun and excitement of digital photography. The Web site provides free expert advice from top photographers, product training, lessons and other resources - all helping teachers to integrate digital photography and digital imaging into daily classroom activities.

The Christian Science Monitor

The Monitor addresses (only) the issues that matter, and poses the overarching questions you want students to think about. Avoiding wire services, relying on its own reporters, the Monitor presents the world's many views without bias. Stretch your students and open their minds. Visit "School Programs" at www.csmonitor.com.

Nova Southeastern University

NSU's Fischler Graduate School offers graduate degrees in leadership to meet the emerging demands of the global and technological marketplace by creating "leaders at all levels"; from classroom to boardroom, from professor to CEO. Visit our Web site to learn more about our graduate programs in Educational Leadership (M.S./Ed.S./Ed.D.), Higher Education Leadership (Ed.D.), and Organizational Leadership (Ed.D.) offered on-site, online, worldwide.


Whyville.net - a virtual community that engages kids (8-16) in learning about science, economics and citizenship. Whyvillians create their own virtual faces (avatars) and receive a salary of "clams" based upon their participation. Whyville offers multiplayer games and educational activities with sponsorships from organizations such as NASA and U.Texas.

Sharp Electronics

From Sharp, the leader in projection technology, comes the Conference/Classroom Notevision PG-A10X - an easy-to-use, affordable LCD projector for teachers who want high image quality, reliability and low cost of ownership. Advanced features include: "Connect-and-Project" simplicity, Low Power shutdown for reduced power consumption, and multi-level theft deterrence.

This article originally appeared in the 11/01/2003 issue of THE Journal.