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. 6, February

A Model Program for Educating At-Risk Students
This article describes a model program that was implemented in a remedial laboratory for basic skills, at Northside Skills Center in Jacksonville, Fla. The remedial laboratory is a site for a Florida program known as the Individualized Manpower Training...
Banks and Robbers and Continuing Education
So began a not-so-usual cooperative effort between officials at Bland Correctional Center and the continuing-education department of Wytheville Community College in southwestern Virginia. Linking knowledge and area resources with student needs has...
Computers in Rural Schools: Tapping the Resources
What kind of computer programs would you expect to find in a rural school with a total enrollment of 150 students in the K-12 age range? Dietrich is a small town in south-central Idaho, about 32 miles northeast of Twin Falls. Many of the students are...
Dexter's Moving Finger: Rehabilitation Research and Development
The Veterans Administration Rehabilitation Research and Development (RR&D) Center in Palo Alto, Calif., is founded on the premise that the creation and application of emerging technologies is a key strategy for improving the independence and quality...
National Technological University: Skills-Provider for a Technological World
The disparity between what the private sector needs so as to be competitive worldwide and what the nation's schools are providing is sizeable and growing. And the more dependent enterprises are upon technology, the greater is that disparity. Many...
New Micros Include CD-ROM Drives and Gigabyte of Software
Two computer systems featuring built-in CD-ROM drives and special bundles of more than 1 gigabyte of software and CD-ROM products are now available, and are suitable for educational institutions desiring affordable multimedia workstations. The HeadStart...
New Word Processor Has Special Character
Marketing types call it "product loyalty." Most consumers would probably describe it as simply sticking with a product they like. And if the product is revised and enhanced to keep pace with user needs, well, so much the better. Such was the case with...
Online Information Services: Gateways to Knowledge
Educational institutions have always been among the first to take advantage of electronic communication. And the modem darling of electronic communication is the online information service. These high-tech resources reside on mainframes and offer an...
Package Orients University Admissions
Drexel University in Philadelphia has a practical cooperative education program that allows students to alternate periods of study with periods of full-time employment and so prepares graduates for the working world. In fact, 80 percent of Drexel's...
Research Skills Aided by an Online Program
"Dialog's Classroom Instruction Program has changed the way our students view research," asserts Mike Haines, a science teacher at Golden Sierra High School, a rural institution of 450 students, nestled in the Sleffa foothills of Northern...
Teachers Create Apple II Stackware for Hearing-Impaired
With the plethora of education software currently on the market, it might seem that every subject and audience is well-represented. But Bernard J. MacDonald knows better. A computer resource specialist for teachers of the hearing-impaired throughout...
The Home-Base Middle School: Implications for Facility Design
The idea of the middle school is more current today than at any time since its inception 25 years ago. That may be due to an expanding awareness of the psychological and social, as well as academic, uniqueness of the sixth-to-eighth grade age group,...
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