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Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1993 11:05:17 -0600 Reply-To: H-Rural Rural & Agricultural History discussion list <H-RURAL@UICVM.BITNET> Sender: H-Rural Rural & Agricultural History discussion list <H-RURAL@UICVM.BITNET> From: "Jim Oberly, History Dept., U of Wisc-Eau Claire" <JOBERLY@CNSVAX.UWEC.EDU> Subject: Rural Schools <fwd>
[From: IN%"firstname.lastname@example.org" "Arthur R. McGee" 24-AUG-1993 19:47:11.37 [To: IN%"ruralam%msu.BITNET@vaxa.uwec.edu", IN%"ruraldev%ksuvm.BITNET@vaxa.uwec.edu", IN%"h-rural%uicvm.BITNET@vaxa.uwec.edu" [Subj: Rural schools (fwd)
Subject: Time:11:42 AM OFFICE MEMO Rural schools Date:8/24/93
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND RURAL SCHOOLS - Special Journal Issue
Telecommunications holds much promise for rural schools. How schools in rural areas use electronic networks, specifically the TERC LabNetwork, is the theme of the current issue of the Journal of Research in Rural Education. The LabNetwork is the first national telecommunications network designed for secondary science teachers. Its intent is to build a community of practice among isolated teachers who want to improve science learning and teaching. In a series of journal articles, LabNet staff and veteran LabNet teachers describe their experiences, successes, and obstacles in introducing telecommunications and project-enhanced science in rural schools across the country.
The Journal of Research in Rural Education is published by the University of Maine, College of Education. Single copies of this special issue are available free while the supply lasts. Send e-mail request, and include US mail address, to Ken_Mayer@terc.edu. Or contact TERC Communications, 2067 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02140.
Unit: H-Net program at UIC History Department Email: H-Net@uicvm.uic.edu
Posted: 14 Jul 1994
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