january09

Don’t miss these highlights in your January issue

  • eSN Special Report
    Project-based learning engages students—and garners results.
    — Jennifer Nastu
  • eSN Special Feature
    Four tech-driven trends that could change everything.
    — Gregg W. Downey

View the January 2009 Issue today…
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Download eSchool News January 2009 Issue in Adobe (PDF) format.

 

Default Lines
Dollars and change.
— Gregg W. Downey

eSN Online Update
Upload your educational videos to eSN-TV.
— Nancy David

Best Practices
Virtual office hours boost student,faculty interaction.

Grants & Funding
eRate deadline is Feb.12; no change in eligible services.
— Dennis Pierce

Security Checkpoint
To keep kids safer online,are educators making it easier to target ads to their students?

Netwatch
This month’s best web sites for teaching and leading.

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

Prime-Time Product Preview
New product information from eSN advertisers.

eSchool Partners
Key organizations that support the eSchool movement.

 

What’s News

Ed tech featured in Obama jobs plan

Obama taps Arne Duncan as ED Secretary

Poor economy hammers schools

Cyber bullying case nets mixed verdict

Gates Foundation targets college graduation rates

How to boost learning—with technology’s help

Google settles book-scanning lawsuit

Teen’s cyber suicide raises tough questions

Questions arise over campus text alerts

Why some students choose virtual schools

State law threatens gender-equity programs

JuicyCampus banning raises free-speech issues

These traits make online teachers effective

Beyond Google:How emerging search tools can help

Obama’s high-tech win holds lessons for schools

Microsoft unveils free career resource for students

New low-cost college option emerges

Purdue students rate profs online

View the January 2009 Issue today…
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Download eSchool News January 2009 Issue in Adobe (PDF) format.

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