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T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education), November 1999 | Go to article overview

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Sony has launched a new Web site that provides educators with easy access to its case histories, news, product, funding and purchasing information. Educators are able to access up-to-date product information about language learning systems, audio/visual presentation products and distance learning systems. Application stories are also available to familiarize the educator with the products and how they can be used to enhance education. To access this and much more, visit www.sony.com/education or call (800) 686-SONY.

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Blackboard inc. announced an agreement with Arizona's Maricopa Community College District (MCCD) that will allow its instructors to provide Web-based learning over a single platform for its students. MCDD will purchase Blackboard Inc.'s CourseInfo license. Using the Internet to deliver classes online solves scheduling problems for non-traditional and continuing-education students. CourseInfo enables multiple learners to access the course, study the materials, interact with each other and take tests when schedules allow. For more information, visit www.blackboard.com.

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Cleaning the slate once again, Blackboard Inc. announced an agreement with Houghton Mifflin Inc. to provide Houghton Mifflin online learning resources through the Blackboard platform. The agreement allows educators who use Houghton Mifflin textbooks and power their course Web sites with Blackboard's platform to access a range of supplemental resources to enhance their students' learning experiences. For more information, visit Houghton Mifflin at www.hmco.com. You can also get information from Blackboard at www.blackboard.com or by calling (800) 424-9299.

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Tom Snyder Productions has announced the release of its latest product -- an interactive, online version of its award-winning Decisions, Decisions series. The series allows students to discuss current events taken from today's headlines, with a new topic featured every month. This new simulation is designed for grades 5-10 and runs on a single computer with an Internet connection. To access Decisions, Decisions online, check out www.tomsnyder.com/ddonline.

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The International Technology Education Association (ITEA) is assisting universities offering technology education distance learning courses by listing the courses on its Web site. …

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