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. 17, No. 7, March

Firms Are Moving to Multimedia for Employee Training
Firms Are Moving to Multimedia for Employee Training Exploiting the best that educational technology has to offer, two large companies that serve transportation needs are utilizing multimedia-based systems to further the on-the-job education of their...
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Graphics and Layout: A Model Course
Graphics and Layout: A Model Course "This is your program to develop; run it like a professional business. If you don't make it a profitable program then you are out of business!" That was the last comment I heard upon being hired by the Santa...
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Hypergraphics: "The Classroom of the Future"
Hypergraphics: "The Classroom of the Future" The self-learning approach has been used for most of the practical research in, and applications of, computer-based training. That approach, which has been favored even for interactive video, entails a...
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In Videodisc Veritas: Interactive Video at Harvard Law School
In Videodisc Veritas: Interactive Video at Harvard Law School Two law students are watching a drug bust on a TV monitor. A police officer holds a gun on a woman who's screaming. "You can't hold me! I don't even live here!" Suddenly, the TV screen...
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Leading the Way to the Future in the "Silicon Bayou"
Leading the Way to the Future in the "Silicon Bayou" In articles discussing high technology centers throughout the United States, both "Venture" and "High Technology" magazines cited Lafayette, La. as having good prospects for high technology development....
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Math Made Easier by Interactive Methods
Math Made Easier by Interactive Methods Many people remember their high school mathematics days as a terrifying experience. They remember sitting in a classroom, listening to their teacher describe how to solve equations, and then going home and...
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Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Use Computers
Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Use Computers In an undergraduate program already crammed with college core requirements, major-area requirements and area specializations, how does a professional-education program adequately prepare pre-service...
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Robotic Vision System Helps Train Engineers
Robotic Vision System Helps Train Engineers Four years ago two engineering instructors at Pennsylvania State University at McKeesport, Pa., wanted a project that would get students in their classes to work together. Their students are enrolled in...
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Using a Data Projection Panel as a Teaching Tool
Using a Data Projection Panel As a Teaching Tool Teachers who use computers need a way to teach class, whether they have one computer or a lab full of computers at their disposal. Many of us have been forced over the years to spend creative energy...
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