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Affordable Computing for Classrooms

Brought to you by      Tuesday June 8, 2010 | 1 pm PST 4 pm EST Click here to register for this free event Attend this webinar for a chance to win a multiple seat Windows MultiPoint Server and Wyse

Networking classroom computers

Question: I work in a small school district and do not have high speed Internet access. I do have 3 classroom computers which I would like to network together so they can share files, however. What do I need to do this? The IT Guy says: Each computer needs to have a network interface card (NIC). These are

Computers in Preschool Classrooms?

Parents are pressuring the staff to have preschool students use computers during the day. Are children this young really using technology? Where can I learn more about things we should take into consideration? According to a report released by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, 48% of all children ages 0-6

ISTE11 NEWS: Classroom in a Box

 ViewSonic Corp. today in partnership with Microsoft, announces the ViewSonic MultiClient, a scalable system for powering up to 10 full user stations (with monitors) using one host PC.

Activities for 2:1 Computer Classrooms

Tip: Two students per one computer (or laptop) can be an ideal situation. It promotes collaboration, as long as there are enough computers so that students can actually complete work. Webquests: Find some that are in subjects that you don't especially like teaching. Make sure that they include projects with