ERIC Number: ED390374
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Edutopia, v1-3 Win 1993-Win 1995
This document consists of the first four issues of a newsletter entitled "Edutopia." The name Edutopia signifies a version of what a technology-enriched educational system of the future would look like. The newsletter is intended to facilitate the integration of interactive multimedia and telecommunications technologies with teaching and learning and to keep interested colleagues up-to-date with the research and activities in this regard of the George Lucas Educational Foundation. Among the feature articles appearing in these four issues are: (1) "A Design for the Information Age: Benjamin F. Butler Middle School" (Laura Ann Wernick and Steven Arnoff); (2) "Learning and School Environments" (Gary T. Moore); (3) "A Blueprint for Making Learning Real: Lincoln High West Campus" (Linda Meyers); (4) "Kids Online: Do Something Constructive" (Brenda Laurel); (5) "Technology Assists People with Disabilities" (Russ Holland); (6) "Free Telecommunications for all Children" (Richard Riley). (MAS/FAC)
Descriptors: Access to Information, Computer Networks, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Innovation, Educational Resources, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Multimedia Instruction, Teachers, Telecommunications
George Lucas Educational Foundation, P.O. Box 3494, San Rafael, CA 94912 (subscriptions are available at no cost).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: George Lucas Educational Foundation, San Rafael, CA.