EDTECH DISCUSSION LIST
The EDTECH discussion list was created to bring together faculty, educators,
students and "interested others" in the field of educational technology
to share ideas and information. Founded in February of 1989, for over seven
years EDTECH has hosted a lively, ongoing discussion among leaders in the
field on all aspects of the problems and triumphs associated with merging
technology and education.
Subscription is free and subscribers automatically receive messages
in their computer mailboxes, either as individual pieces of mail or as
a longer daily digest. Messages can be saved, discarded, printed out, or
forwarded to someone else.
Frequent topics of discussion include:
This list is moderated. That means when you send something to EDTECH, it
first automatically is forwarded to an editor. The editor is a volunteer
who works with the list to help ensure a high quality discussion. The editor
screens out communications not related to Educational Technology or obviously
not intended or appropriate for EDTECH and handles them privately. The
Editor forwards the rest of the communications on to all the subscribers
of the list.
problems in using educational technology and how to solve them
articles and books subscribers have found stimulating and worthwhile
information about course offerings and edtech graduate program requirements
at various schools
notable educational hardware and software, as well as junk one should avoid
- conferences and events related to educational technology
current dissertations and research projects in educational technology
EDTECH is sponsored H-NET Humanities Online.
EDTECH was originally located on the OHSTVMA node at Ohio State University.
Then it resided on the MSU.EDU server for many years. You may see
old references to EDTECH@OHSTVMA or EDTECH@MSU.EDU in some publications.
All EDTECH messages should now be directed to EDTECH@H-NET.MSU.EDU
. We appreciate the time and effort put in by the staff at Michigan State
and Ohio State Universities during the EDTECH's first years.
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