FOLLOW THE MONEY: PART 2
Read the second installment in a three-part series on what the stimulus package means for education technology in America’s classrooms. This month, get inspired by projects already in the works.
What To Do With It
By Marty Weil
We survey innovative schools’ leaders on their plans for putting it to good use.
Making the Word Heard
By Matt Bolch
By Matt Bolch Routine announcements, emergency messages are easier with notification software.
A Virtual Good Idea
By Matt Bolch
Virtualization software allows districts to stretch dollars, conserve resources.
Shine a Light
There are as many uses for document cameras as there are styles of product, and teachers are getting more creative in integrating this technology into their curricula.
What’s New NECC Sneak Peeks
SchoolTool • MyEducationLab • weNetOK • RM Math Player • The Geometer’s Sketchpad • Computrace for Netbooks • Fast ForWord Early Learning Series • ClassLink • AVerPen Interactive Collaborative Learning Solution • ViewSonic PJL3211 • Samsung UF-130DX Presentation Station • Dukane ImagePro 8755J • SMART Notebook Math • Algebra Nspired • Promethean Developer Network • Read&Write 3 GOLD for Mac • and more
DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS
It’s How You Use It
News & Trends
• Next Big Thing: New netbooks: Dell Latitude 2100 Netbook & Fujitsu M2010 Netbook
• Sites We Like
• Our 1,000th Twitter follower
• Why Web 2.0
• Contests & Grants
• Back-Office-Business: Focus on savings
• Training for tech integration
How It’s Done
By Pamela Derringer
This Oklahoma school finds one way to cut travel costs for field trips: Moodle and videoconferencing.
They said it
When T&L Blogger Ben Grey asked the question “Why are we using technology?” we were flooded with reader responses. Read the highlights.
To comment on the original blog, click HERE (link to http://www.techlearning.com/blogs/20444)