Susan McLester, Editor of Technology and Learning Magazine, recently identified Ten Top Tech Trends in education. Here is my own perspective on these very interesting trends and their impact in Missouri.
On November 7, 2007, students from eleven states took a virtual tour of Riverbluff Cave in Springfield, Mo.
Students and citizens across Missouri and the world can now tour the Missouri State Capitol online.
This is a very busy time of year for E-rate. Here are a few highlights of upcoming deadlines.
At Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD), a new way of completing special education paperwork is paying off.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, MOREnet Security group sponsored a second annual poster contest, inviting libraries and K12 students across Missouri to use their creativity and imagination to design a poster with an Internet Safety theme.
Internet Safety Night occurred on Oct. 23, 2007, from 6:30 to 8:30. Internet Safety Night is a nationwide event that brings information and resources to students, parents and members of the community to help us all stay safer online.
Bandwidth utilization in Missouri K-12 public schools has increased at a 30% annual pace over the past three years. Along with this rate of growth comes the question, “How are Missouri K-12 public schools utilizing their MOREnet provided bandwidth?”
On April 30, 2007, scientists videoconferenced with 6th-12th grade students to demonstrate attaching a camera to a deer and answer questions as to how this technology is used to learn more about the interaction between deer and their environment. Each session is presented in a different format and provides unique information.
On November 15, 2006, students from New Bloomfield High School and Westran High School were able to speak to legislators about the impact of technology in their schools.
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