Magazine article Internet@Schools

Digital Citizenship, and a Melding of the Pubs

Magazine article Internet@Schools

Digital Citizenship, and a Melding of the Pubs

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The issue theme this month is digital citizenship, an increasingly vital subjectin the intricately interconnected world we and our students live in.

But first...

INTERNET@SCHOOLS IN 2014!

As I mentioned in this space last time, we have decided to package the print edition of Intemet@Schools with Information Today, Inc.'s Computers in Libraries magazine starting with the current issue. This means that all Internet@Schools subscribers will be receiving the five 2014 issues of Intemet@Schools-publishing in January/February, March/April, May/June, September/October, and November/December-polybagged together with Computers in Libraries, and they will receive the additional five 2014 issues of Computers in Libraries in Intemet@Schools' "off" months. So that's 15 magazines in place of five.

OK, this is in part to make up for the fact that Internet@Schools is a little smaller now, but the whole package is decidedly bigger and better: While Intemet@Schools focuses on educators in the K-12 ed tech and library world and Computers in Libraries on technologists, educators, and librarians in the public, higher education, special, and corporate library worlds, we've sensed a convergence of interests among all those "worlds," particularly centering on the word "education. …

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