T.H.E. Journal Insider
Critical Insights for K-12 Education Technology Pros


  • Getting What You Pay For

    How much technology can you buy for $300? A lot? Not much?  It all depends? More than likely, the latter is the right answer, as evidenced by a pair of articles in the current issue of T.H.E. Journal, both of which discuss products that hover somewhere around the $300 price point.


Basic Computing

  • A Home for Netbooks at School

    A stable of affordable netbooks are winning over educators even in the age of tablet computing. After all, they can address basic computing needs and provide access to the web at a price that's hard to beat.


Learning Tools

Professional Resources

  • Are You Using the Right Laptop?
    Sponsored by: Dell
    Are you as concerned with the security and mobility of your laptop as with high-performance? With the right laptop, you don't have to sacrifice mobility for performance, or security for durability. Are you looking for the right laptop? To find the model for your needs, visit the Dell Resource Center for Laptops for Higher Education.

  • 10 Reasons to Support Learning with Cloud Computing
    Sponsored by: Intel
    Cloud computing perfectly suits the needs of your students, who access technology almost constantly throughout their day. The same sort of easy access should be available in their classrooms, to help prepare them for successful futures and the competitive global workforce. Find out the top 10 reasons to support a move to the cloud.

  • Case Study: High School Journalism Department Breaks Ground with New Technology
    Sponsored by: GovConnection
    The Journalism department of Palo Alto High School [Paly] has been recognized at the highest levels. Paly's journalism program is the largest high school program of its kind in the US. Find out how the department moved beyond traditional journalism into broadcast journalism using new multi-media technology.