November / December 2008 issue of eSchool News

e-Rate Survival Guide
Our annual guide to helping you get through another e-Rate season with minimal pain—and a maximum return on your time invested.

Default Lines
Curing unemployment.
— Gregg W. Downey

eSN Online Update
A free webcast on protecting IT assets—and more.
— Nancy David

State Tech Perspectives
Michigan targets ‘Millennials’ with new iTunes content.
— Bruce Umpstead

Education in Focus
U.K. classrooms test ‘smart desks’; DTV switch raises questions.

Grants & Funding
Don’t let ‘mission creep’ infiltrate your grant seeking. Plus,new grant deadlines.
— Deborah Ward

Stakeholder & Community Relations
Media mush affects public school perceptions.
— Nora Carr

The month’s top web sites for teaching and leading.

Tech Buyer’s Marketplace
Buying intelligence from our K-20 Tech Solutions Center.

Prime-Time Product Preview
Product information from eSN advertisers.

Product Spotlight
New ed-tech solutions of interest to eSchools.

eSchool Partners
Key organizations that support the eSchool movement.

— Plus, read all the latest edtech news…

Wall Street turmoil roils education
New law requires schools to teach web safety
Rethinking research in the Google era
Six tips for digging out of an eMail avalanche
Schools grapple with teachers’ Facebook use
Coming soon:Nation’s first tech literacy exam
Free Wi-Fi plan takes a step toward fruition
Bill would boost public TV’s teaching potential
CEOs: Time to address ‘education gap’
Will ‘wisdom of crowds’ reform software patents?
New online venture rewards note-takers
Mobile classroom project poised to expand
Study: Broadband increasing on college campuses
New survey reveals ubiquity of video gaming
NComputing lands low-cost PC deal in India
Webcast probes tech ‘disconnect ‘between kids,adults
Tech giants invest in global education reform
Students wow lawmakers with video savvy

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