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Interviews with Thought Leaders in Technology

Mike Wood, founder and CEO of LeapFrog Enterprises. "A Jump on Literacy."
Published in the September 2003 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

Alan Kay, inventor of the personal computer. "Still Waiting for the Revolution."
Published in the April 2003 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

Scott McNealy, CEO of Sun Microsystems. "Let the Network Do the Work."
Published in the March 2003 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

Dean Kamen, inventor. "The Future is On a Roll."
Published in the January 2003 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF)

Craig Barrett, CEO of Intel Corp. "Train the Teachers!"
Published in the Fall 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF)

Rod Paige, U.S. Secretary of Education. "Failure Is Not an Option."
Published in the Back to School 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

Ian Jukes & Alan Warhaftig. "The Technology Debate: Optimism vs. Caution"
Published in the Spring 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

 

Magazine Articles

They’ve Got IT Covered. Alignment between business and IT is "assuring" for one of Asia's largest insurance groups.
Published in the July 2010 issue of Symantec's CIO Digest magazine. (PDF)

Joe Donahue - Data Center Optimization Visionary. 2010 Symantec Visionary Award Winner.
Published for the April 2010 Symantec Vision Las Vegas event. (PDF)

Steve Mullinax - Services Optimization Visionary. 2010 Symantec Visionary Award Winner.
Published for the April 2010 Symantec Vision Las Vegas event. (PDF)

Winning the Technology Grant. In today’s lean economic times, successful grant writers can be rainmakers for school technology programs.
Published in the January 2004 issue of CDW-G ED TECH Magazine. (PDF)

Tech Services for Higher Learning. Teaching a college library new tricks in networking.
Published in the January 2004 issue of CDW-G Solutions. (PDF)

Napa Valley's Newest Export. Project-based instruction and an open school culture have made New Technology High School a celebrated model for replication.
Published in the November 2003 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

In With the Good, Out With the Bad. Make the most of today's Internet filtering systems.
Published in the Back to School 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)

A Magnet for Great Minds. The Longfellow Arts and Technology Magnet Middle School built a groundbreaking instructional program -- which budget cuts now threaten to end.
Published in the Spring 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF / HTML)
(Additional photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.)

Wireless in the Real World. Portable and one-to-one, untethered school computing goes mainstream.
Published in the Winter 2002 issue of Scholastic Administr@tor. (PDF)

Help for the Help Desk. School district technology managers learn to do more with less.
Sidebar: Shoestring Survival Strategies.
Published in the June 2001 issue of Electronic School.

Smart Data. Mining the school district data warehouse.
Published in the September 1999 issue of Electronic School.

RU Y2K OK? How to exterminate the year 2000 bug.
Published in the March 1999 issue of Electronic School. (PDF / HTML)

Have ISP, Will Connect. Some rural schools are making money as Internet service providers.
Published in the January 1999 issue of Electronic School.

Filters or Free Speech? Censorware debate continues at Internet safety summit.
Published in the March 1998 issue of Electronic School.

Censorware. Does Internet filtering and blocking software protect students?
Published in the January 1998 issue of Electronic School.

Wired Village. In rural Virginia, a community connects its citizens and schools.
Published in the September 1997 issue of Electronic School.

Internet Unplugged. Colorado's "cursor cowboy" helps schools go wireless and save money.
Published in the January 1997 issue of Electronic School. (PDF / HTML)

Learning Behind Bars. How one modern-day reform school meets the challenge of teaching - and reaching - kids who've run afoul of the law.
Published in the November 1996 issue of American School Board Journal. (PDF)

Wired Volunteers. A city school gets a jump on NetDay.
Published in the September 1996 issue of Electronic School.

Being Digital Learners. What happens when the MIT Media Lab and Boston schoolkids get together.
Published in the June 1996 issue of Electronic School.

The Discoverers. Science museums have a lot to teach schools about the way children learn.
Published in the November 1995 issue of The Executive Educator. (PDF)

Data Security on the Net. Is your network safe from an invasion by cyber-vandals?
Sidebars: Security Do's and Don'ts; Where to Turn; A Word of Warning.
Published in the September 1995 issue of Electronic School.

Mosaic for the Masses. Browser software gives dial-up users equal access.
Published in the February 1995 issue of Electronic School. (PDF)

Complete Guide To The Internet. A 16-page special report.
Published in the April 1994 issue of The Executive Educator. (PDF)

Securing Your Schools. Are metal detectors the answer?
Published in the June 1992 issue of The Executive Educator. (PDF)

 

Editorial Awards

Internet Unplugged. Colorado's "cursor cowboy" helps schools go wireless and save money. Published in the January 1997 issue of Electronic School.

Bronze Award in the 1998 Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) Excel Awards.

 

Learning Behind Bars. How one modern-day reform school meets the challenge of teaching - and reaching - kids who've run afoul of the law. Published in the November 1996 issue of American School Board Journal.

Silver Award in the 1997 Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) Excel Awards.

 

Data Security on the Net. Is your network safe from an invasion by cyber-vandals? Published in the September 1995 issue of Electronic School.

Bronze Award in the 1996 Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) Excel Awards.

 

Complete Guide To The Internet. Published in the April 1994 issue of The Executive Educator.

Gold Award in the 1995 Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) Excel Awards. Honorable mention in the 1994 American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Gold Circle Awards.

 

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