T&L News(14)

  • Campuses Take To Podcasting
    As podcasting grows in popularity, students on many college campuses can download podcasts of regular classroom lectures, listen to recordings of small study groups or document their own fieldwork experiences.
  • Rural Communities Get Distance Learning Grant
    A grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program will bring interactive videoconferencing to 2,000 students and approximately 17,500 area residents in rural New Hampshire and Vermont.
  • MN School District Goes Thin
    Hoping to save time and money, the Winona Area (MN) Public Schools will begin testing a thin client computing solution in the new year. Read about their plans.
  • Iowa Learning Online
    Iowa Learning Online is helping small rural districts expand their high school offerings, delivering rigorous, upper-level math, science and foreign language instruction to 563 students statewide.
  • Tempe Launches Citywide Wi-Fi Network
    Tempe, AZ is about to become the first city of its size offering a citywide wireless Internet network. Residents visiting one of the city’s retail districts can even get two hours of free service daily.