03/01/1996


Features

What Do Today's Employers Want From Job Applicants?


Classrooms as Test-Beds for Educational Software Design


The Kobe Earthquake: Telecommunications Survives at Kobe University


Altoona School Center Increases Community-Wide Use of New Technology


Applications

Security Software Works Transparently, Reliably


Editorial

Guest Editorial: The Connected Learning Community: Using Technology for Education


Florida's public school system is using the Web to retrain special education teachers


Ed-Tech Trends

New Programs Help Redefine Math & Statistics Instruction


Multimedia News

"Comic" Relief for College Students


Lesson & Media Integration Realized


Multimedia Stereo Amplifier Is New


Choose Training Tools From List of 7,500


Create Multimedia Student Portfolios


Goosebumps Finally Explained!!!


Teach Health to K-College Students


Portable CD-i Boasts Data Storage


10,000 Images Are Fully Editable


Develop Team Player Skills


See Chemistry in Action Via CD


New CD Supplies Look at Our Century


New 1Gig Drive Is Causing Some Jazz


Classic Children's Title Now Animated


News/In Brief

Free Brochure Covers Presentation Products


Distributor Offers Multi-User Licenses


Initiative Extends Curricula to Homes


"SWEPT" Delivers Real-Life Training


Win $25,000 in Web Competition


Projection Firm Sponsors Contest


Israeli & U.S. Firms Exchange Programs


Mobile Labs Roll Into Rural Georgia


Institute Offers CAD Courses


School Guide Lists 8,000+ MM Titles


Workshops Cover Library Automation


Contest Highlights Endangered Species


Telecommunications

Online Service Has Educational Focus


Wireless Bridge Links Distant LANs


T.H.E. Readers Get Net Guide at Discount


Design a Home Page for Under $25


28.8 Fax Modem Built Into Speakerphone


Internet Access Is Made Safe for Kids


Preserve Data by Replicating Servers


Trellis Partners With CompuServe


SW Helps Manage Electronic Information


Comm. SW Is Free To Colleges, Libraries


Fast Ethernet Cards Feature LEDs


AOL Area Promotes Creativity in Kids


Product Backs Up Data on Network


Go on Educational "Tours" of the Internet


Administer Tests Over the Web


CD Transforms PC Into LAN Server


Network Broadcasts Business Courses


Use the Internet for Long-Distance Calls


Online Service Has "G"-Rated Content


Utility Searches Online Databases


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