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.
Several people have asked us for steps to secure their home PC. We have put together a document that gives some steps that just about anyone can take to add some significant layers of security for a machine.
One of the powerful new uses of web 2.0 technology by teachers in the classroom is the rise of collaborative blogs.
Technology can play a key role in disaster preparedness, but without adequate planning and practicing, your investment may not yield the results you need in the event of a crisis.
Here at Missouri River Regional Library we’ve decided to wade right in and see how they can make the library experience better and more exciting for both our staff and patrons.
At Special School District of St. Louis County (SSD), a new way of completing special education paperwork is paying off.
When the decision was made to convert MOREnetworking from a print to a Web-based publication, one of the first tasks was to determine exactly how we would build the new website and what we wanted to do with it.
If you use a public computer at school or in the library for instant messaging, don’t select the “log on automatically” option.
On Oct. 23, 2207, more than 1500 people at 79 sites in 9 states tuned in to MOREnet’s Internet Safety night to learn about the latest trends in law enforcement and the resources available for staying safe online.
SMART Board Interactive White Boards are popping up in classrooms and training facilities in schools, libraries, offices and on campuses all across the state. Chances are some of the boards are in your facilities. Are they being used to their fullest potential?
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