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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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THE Journal Digital edition September 2011: Cover Shot

THE Journal Digital Edition - September 2011

Urban Legends: How Technology Innovation Happened in Six Big-City School Districts
Swimming with Data: Expert collaboration helps districts use their data to make decisions
Where Jocks and Geeks Become Friends
GIS Technology Fuels Project-Based Learning

THE Journal Digital edition August 2011: Cover Shot

THE Journal Digital Edition - August 2011

Virtual Competition: Are public school districts losing student enrollment to charter and for-profit virtual schools?
Shoulder-to-Shoulder Innovation in Arizona
Classroom Sound Amplification

Cover image: June/July 2011

THE Journal Digital Edition - June/July 2011

Coming Soon! High-Stakes Online Testing
Are Teachers Really Using Tech Tools?
Collaboration Moves to the Cloud

Cover image: May 2011

THE Journal Digital Edition - May 2011

360 Degrees of Reflection: New Teacher Evaluation Technologies May Find Their Best Use as Tools for Self-Evaluation
ELL Goes Mobile and Goes Home
Technology's Effect on the Brain
: The ABCs of BYOL

Cover image: March 2011

THE Journal Digital Edition - April 2011

Green is Good: sustainable charter schools; school building that LEED; data centers that save energy & money; online tools for teaching environmentalism
A Mass Notification System Helps Mitigate Bomb Threats
Telepresence Arrives in a K-12 District

Cover image: March 2011

THE Journal Digital Edition - March 2011

Return to Sender: employers are looking for young workers equipped with the skills to fill 21st century challenges. So why aren't schools producing them?
Not-So-Extreme Makeover: school libraries go digital
Energy Management Systems Smarten Up
Home-School Connection: computers that keep learning in the family

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