T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

T.H.E. Journal is an application of technology journal for educators and administrators in higher education, K-12 and industry training. Founded in 1973, it is published 11 months per year by T.H.E. Journal.T.H.E. Journal subjects include education, management and administration. The editor-in-chief is Katherine Grayson. The managing editor is Olivia LaBarre.

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 3, October

Developing Software That Supports State Competencies
Developing Software That Supports State Competencies What do you do when more than 20 percent of your students cannot meet even very minimal standards in mathematics, reading and language skills? They didn't acquire the basic skills the first time...
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Development and Use of Academic Software: A Report on the Progress of EDUCOM's Task Group 1
Development and Use Of Academic Software: A Report on the Progress Of EDUCOM's Task Group 1 "Something has to be done about the software problem in higher education." This concern, expressed by the EDUCOM membership, led to the formation of the EDUCOM...
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District's Micros Offer Happy Balance of Both Price and Performance
District's Micros Offer Happy Balance of Both Price and Performance It's a dilemma faced by educators everywhere who decide to enhance instruction with technology: Do you spend the available funds on a few high-end computers or buy a more effective...
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Erasable Optical Media Is Closer to Being Real
Erasable Optical Media Is Closer to Being Real Described by the manufacturer as a breakthrough in media, not hardware, Tandy Corp.'s THOR-CD technology makes it possible to write, erase and rewrite audio CD-compatible optical discs. THOR stands for...
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Fourth-Generation Computer Languages: An Overview
Fourth-Generation Computer Languages: An Overview In the world of computers, generations come and go about three times as fast as generations of people. Computer languages are barely 45 years old; communication with the first computers began with...
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Michigan Colleges Pool Resources to Enhance Faculty Development
Michigan Colleges Pool Resources to Enhance Faculty Development It would be an understatement to say that critics of postsecondary education have pointed to the need for improving the quality of instruction in many of today's colleges and universities....
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Microcomputer Site Licensing: Concepts and Problems
Microcomputer Site Licensing: Concepts and Problems The topic of microcomputer software site licensing has become very important in the computer industry. This is a result of three separate factors. First of all, software piracy by employees creates...
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Peripheral-Sharing Hardware Suits Education's Needs to a 'T'
Peripheral-Sharing Hardware Suits Education's Needs to a 'T' There was a time, not so long ago, when the most common sight in a school's computer lab was the line of students waiting, floppy disk in hand, to use the one machine connected to a printer....
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Teaching & Learning of English Revitalized Via Writing Activity Disks
Teaching & Learning of English Revitalized Via Writing Activity Disks At Faye Ross Junior High School in Cerritos, Calif., the students haven't always loved to write. The transformation began just last Spring, in fact, when the English teachers...
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Testing CAI Courseware in Fifth- and Sixth-Grade Math
Testing CAI Courseware in Fifth- and Sixth-Grade Math The dramatic changes occurring in our economy and society cause one to stand back and take stock of what we're teaching in our schools and how we're presenting the subject matter. One begins to...
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