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THE Journal is published monthly in a digital/PDF format that can be viewed on mobile and desktop platforms. THE Journal is the top resource for articles on education technology for K-12 institutions. Click on an issue below to view or download. If you're looking for older issues see the archive of the print edition from January 1994 to November 2010.

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August 2010 Digital Edition

T.H.E. Journal Digital Edition - August 2010

Take Your Pick! Collaboration, Assessment, Course Building - There's a Tool to Meet Every Task of the 21st Century Instruction;
Sound Good? Improved Audio Systems for the Tech-Infused Classroom;
Networking: How to Ration Your Bandwidth.

THE Journal Digital Edition - June / July 2010

T.H.E. Journal Digital Edition - June / July 2010

E-Books: Why the School Library Will Never Be the Same
Blocked! Districts Say No to Social Networking.

May 2010 cover

THE Journal Digital Edition - May 2010

Why People Matter: Human capital management is bringing a technology-based, data-driven focus to developing better teachers.
Open Source Tools: prepare for impact!
How to Plan for a Successful Gaming Initiative

April 2010 Issue Cover

T.H.E. Journal Digital Edition - April 2010

A Special Issue Featuring:
Green Power: Modular Classroom Design; Solar Energy; Refurbished Computers.
4 B.I. Strategies you Must Follow
Using Social Media to Connect With Your Community

March 2010 Issue Cover

T.H.E. Journal Digital Edition - March 2010

You'll Flip Too: Its ease of use and built-in ‘cool’ factor have students and teachers going head over heels for the Flip camcorder.
21st Century Assessment
Virtual Clickers
Making the Move to Open Content

February 2010 Issue Cover

T.H.E. Journal Digital Edition - February 2010

For Richer... or Poorer
: Our special double feature tells you how best to spend your ed tech money—whether you have a lot of it or hardly any at all.
Parents Technology Wish List
Crisis Management: Lessons of H1N1
Do you Twitter?
The Classroom in 3D