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Holzberg, Carol S. – Instructor, 2001
Presents suggestions for content-rich classroom encyclopedias on CO-ROM and DVD, including: the Encarta Reference Suite 2001; the 2001 Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, School Edition; the Britannica 2001 DVD; and the World Book 2001 Deluxe Edition, v5.0. (SM)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Electronic Text, Elementary Secondary Education
Holzberg, Carol S. – Learning, 1995
This article describes how teachers can use computers to handle a variety of classroom management tasks thus freeing themselves for more time on teaching. Suggests first steps for becoming comfortable with computers and reviews and describes five computer software programs for teachers. (JB)
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Computer Anxiety, Computer Software, Computer Software Reviews
Holzberg, Carol S. – Technology & Learning, 1996
Describes examples of electronic field trips for elementary and secondary school students taking place during the 1996-97 school year. Topics include Mayan civilization, wildlife migration, geothermal hot spots, Antarctica, sailboat voyages, baseball and math, viruses, Hong Kong, and offerings from National Geographic. (LRW)
Descriptors: Baseball, Computer Uses in Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Field Trips
Holzberg, Carol S.; And Others – Classroom Computer Learning, 1989
Reviews five Apple II computer programs: (1) The Research Companion: Supreme Court Decisions, grades 9-12; (2) Rebus Writer--vocabulary, problem solving, wordplay, grades 3-12; (3) Playing with Science: Temperature--MBL for grades K-7; (4) Exploring Science: Temperature--MBL for grades 6-12; and (5) ShowOff--graphics, desktop presentations for…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Graphics, Computer Simulation, Computer Software
Bateman, Bill; Crystal, Jerry; Davidson, Hall; Holzberg, Carol S.; McIntire, Todd; McLester, Susan; Ohler, Jason; Rose, Ray; Shields, Jean; Warlick, David – Technology & Learning, 2001
Contributors discuss the top ten technologies that allow for thinking in new and innovative ways about the concept of "school": virtual learning; wireless networking; collaboration tools; digital video; Application Service Providers; handheld devices; optical networking; videoconferencing; XML; and simulations. (AEF)
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Networks, Computer Simulation, Computer Uses in Education