The newest e-Book from Technology & Learning Magazine
- Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 20:38:53 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Arun-Kumar Tripathi
Subject: New E-book: Tips and Tricks for Managing Computer Labs (fwd)
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 18:32:07 -0400 (EDT)
From: techLEARNING news <techlearning@...>
Welcome to the newest e-Book from Technology & Learning Magazine:
PC MANAGEMENT IN THE CLASSROOM: KIDS, COMPUTERS, AND CONTROL
Sponsored by NetSupport, Inc.
Message from Jo-Ann McDevitt, Publisher, Technology & Learning:
As schools continue to provide better access to computer hardware,
networks, and web resources, district IT staff and classroom
new challenges. IT staffs must manage the challenges posed by
labs, school networks, and remote workstations as well as software
deployment and personnel issues. Teachers must manage students who
using computers in a lab or multi-desktop classroom to ensure that
are learning and spending time on their assigned tasks.
This e-Book will provide tips and practical information to
technical coordinators, teachers and instructors at any stage in
or deploying a computer lab management solution.
This e-Book includes exclusive content:
"Computer Lab Management Software"
Insights on how to manage computer labs.
"The IT Guy"
Tips and advice on management and control.
"Pompano Beach High School Case Study"
Read all about how it works in a Florida school.
Learn what all of the terms mean.
Resources and information from the Web
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PC Management In The Classroom: Kids, Computers, And Control
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