Internet@Schools is a practical guide for educators—from school librarians, technology specialists, and classroom teachers to school- and district-level administrators — that shows how to get high-performance learning from internet-based school products, services, and resources. The magazine is written in plain talk by and for K –12 educators. It’s for those of you on the firing line who are facing the challenge of change every day as the internet increasingly infuses everything related to education.
Features and columns include Victor Rivero’s Tools for Learning roundup, Stephen Abram’s Pipeline, Carolyn Foote’s Idea Watch, Mary Alice Anderson’s New Media Center, Mary Ann Bell’s Belltones, and more, plus product reviews in every issue.
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