Resources for Technology
EDUCAUSE is an international, nonprofit association whose mission is to help
shape and enable transformational change in higher education through
the introduction, use, and management of information resources and
technologies in teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and
Journal of Technology Education
provides a forum for scholarly discussion on topics relating to
technology education. Manuscripts should focus on technology education
research, philosophy, theory, or practice. In addition, the Journal
publishes book reviews, editorials, guest articles, comprehensive
literature reviews, and reactions to previously published articles.
Tech & Learning, with a circulation of more than 80,000, is a leading
publication in the world of educational technology. Written for K-12
school administrators, teachers, and technology coordinators, it is the
magazine educators turn to for product information and guidance in
improving and expanding upon the use of technology in their schools and
districts. Technology & Learning also has a comprehensive
online searching software review engine.
United States Distance Learning Association
i s a nonprofit association formed in 1987 by
Patrick Portway, Dr. Smith Holt of Oklahoma State University and Dr.
Ralph Mills of California
State University. The association's purpose is to promote the
development and application of distance learning for education and
training. The constituents we serve include K through 12 education,
higher education, continuing education, corporate training, and
military and government training.
has over 13 software categories for you to
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available through the Internet.
Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing
sounds. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and
other operating systems.
CNET is one of the world's leading new-media companies. Since 1995, this
award-winning Web sites and television series have become the
definitive source for information about computers, the Internet, and