06/01/2000


Special Feature

NECC Overview/Interview


Features

Project Child: A Decade of Success for Young Children


Successful Alternatives to How Technologists Work with Schools


One-Stop Shopping in an Online Educational Mall


Creating Internet-Based Curriculum Projects


Using Technology to Train Weather Forecasters


Product Focus

Gateway Profile


IBM's NetVista All-in-One


Dell's OptiPlex


Premio's Apollo BX Pro System


The PowerMate 2000 from NEC


New Products - VITEC Multimedia's DCM


Hands-On - Gateway Astro


Compaq's Deskpro EN


Cold Fusion 800


Millennia Desktop from Micron


Acer's AcerPower Sn


New Products - HP DeskJet 350


New Products - Toshiba's Simply Mobile


New Products - Mitsubishi Electronics America's Color Monitor


New Products - iParrot from Macsense


Hands-On - Apple Power Mac G4


Applications

High School Implements All in One ID System


Taking a Balanced Approach to Reading


Broadband

Take Control of Cabling


Providing Video On Demand


New Antennas for High-Speed Wireless


Lots of Cold, Hard Cache


Staying Within the Lines


New Products Deliver High Speed Voice and Data


Class Act Cabling


Loop Simulator Handy for DSL Testing


Editorial

Connectivity


Educator's Evaluation

Edmark's MindTwister Math


Tom Snyder Productions' PowerPoint Workshop for Teachers


Sunburst Communications' The Writing Trek: Trekking Towards Literacy


Knowledge Adventure's Kid Keys 2.0


Events

Calendar


Industry Perspective

Linux in Education


News/In Brief

Teach America! Offers Grants for Computer Training


Education Schools Join in Commitment to Technology


T.H.E. Journal Reader Wins Laptop Computer


New Tool Builds Standards-Aligned Instructional Plans


Late Breaks - Macromedia eLearning Innovation Award Program


Students Hone Their Computer Skills at Camp


Late Breaks - Think Quest


Late Breaks - Congressional Web-based Education Commission


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