Magazine article Technology & Learning

The One-to-One Movement

Magazine article Technology & Learning

The One-to-One Movement

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In this month's cover feature, "The One-to-One Tsunami" (page 24), author Pamela Livingston details the state of one-to-one programs across the country.

Perhaps of greatest note is the significant--yet still fairly quiet--evolution of this trend, which at one time seemed so far out of reach for all but the most well endowed schools and districts. The current momentum behind statewide and other large-scale initiatives is encouraging, and yet even as it moves forward, brings with it yet an additional element of "haves and have-nots" to the digital divide. Find out how you can take the first steps toward empowering your students and staff by implementing personal digital assistants in your district.

Lots of good product advice also comes to you in this issue, with reviews of two of Microsoft's latest, Office 2007 and Vista. See Reviews (page 13) for what expert Carol Holzberg has to say after thoroughly test-driving these new offerings. James Careless also weighs in on considerations for the best filtering solutions for schools in Product Guide (page 8) and Lindsay Oishi gives you a tour of the myriad possibilities of free online applications from Google and others in Emerging Tech (page 46). …

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