Re: Schools & Technology

Subject: Re: Schools & Technology
From: Elaine Winters <ewinters -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 1994 08:03:09 -0700

For Cynthia and everyone else w/kids in school; check out

ednet -at- nic -dot- umass -dot- edu
write to the listserve, no subject, in the message ask
sub ednet <your name>

One of the most interesting lists I get. Keeps me in
tune with what's happening/not happening in schools
internationally. Elaine

E. Winters: Principal Program Facilitating and Consulting
Berkeley, CA, USA 510-843-0909 ewinters -at- netcom -dot- com
Instructional Design * Interactivity * Cross - Cultural Communication

On Wed, 28 Sep 1994, Cynthia Schwartz wrote:

> Subject: Time: 10:32 AM
> OFFICE MEMO Schools & Technology Date: 9/28/94
> This is not a tech writer's issue, but I'm looking for direction, testimonials

> and references. My apologies for cluttering up this listserv. Delete if
> you're not interested in the topic. Please respond directly to
> cschwartz -at- sbi -dot- com if you have advice or information.

> I am on the technology planning committee for my son's school and for our town

> 1. I'm looking to contact public school systems (K-12) that are innovative
> users of technology in the classroom.

> 2. Does anyone know of a listserv for technology and education?

> 3. Our town is embarking on a mission to create an *electronic village." Doe

> anyone know of any towns that have done this or are planning something like
> this? (It involves linking the home, school, and town resources
> electronically, including town hall and the library).

> Thanks in advance for your responses. Again, I apologize for cluttering the
> list and will take comments offline.

> Cynthia Schwartz

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