Don’t miss these highlights in your November/December issue

December150x150Learning in 3-D

3-D-ready projectors are now available for the same cost as standard machines—and content soon will follow.— Meris Stansbury

Beyond virtual schools
Common perceptions aside, online learning can take many different forms.
— Christine Van Dusen

Teaching students with autism
Autism diagnoses are on the rise;here’s how schools can cope.
— Laura Devaney

e-Rate Survival Guide Expert advice on how to survive another e-Rate season— with a maximum return on your time invested.

Small-group collaboration How technology can facilitate learning in small groups.
— Ellie Ashford

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What’s News Departments
  • Battle brews over net neutrality (pg 1)
  • Virus steals $325K from district (pg 1)
  • Congress weighs online privacy changes (pg 1)
  • Common standards take another step forward (pg 6)
  • eSN.TV 2.0 expands video horizons (pg 8)
  • Free web filtering catches on in schools (pg 14)
  • Advocates warn of voting-machine ‘monopoly’ (pg 16)
  • CMU project could transform web-based instruction (pg 18)
  • Film portrays Ariz. school as model for reform (pg 20)
  • Judge sets deadline for new Google book deal (pg 29)
  • Disparate state rules plague online education (pg 30)
  • Is personal eMail subject to open-records law? (pg 33)
  • School tranformation: ‘A question of will’ (pg 46)
  • Default Lines (pg 4)
    ‘Convergent education’ comes together.— Gregg W. Downey
  • eSN Online Update (pg 6) Meet exemplary educators at eSN Online.— Nancy David
  • Your Turn (pg 8)Views from the front lines of education.
  • Viewpoint (pg 32)The rise of the globally connected student.— Laurence Peters
  • State Tech Perspectives (pg 45) Miss.‘activates’ interactive teaching and learning.— Terri Burnham with Tracy Daniel
  • Grants & Funding (pg 50) Don’t overlook the importance of review criteria. Plus,new grant opportunities and awards.— Deborah Ward
  • Stakeholder &Community Relations (pg 51)New media resolutions for a new school year.— Nora Carr
  • Security Checkpoint (pg 52)
    Feds aim to curb texting while driving.
  • Netwatch (pg 57) This month’s best sites for teaching and leading.
  • Tech Buyer’s Marketplace (pg 59) Purchasing intelligence from our K-20 Tech Solutions Center.
  • Prime-Time Product Preview (pg 60) New product information from eSN advertisers.
  • eSN.tv Viewer’s Guide (pg 62)This month’s highlights from our video news archive.
  • eSchool Partners (pg 62) Key organizations that support the eSchool movement
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