Internet Technology for Schools
A manual for education decision makers on building a K-12 network, for both computer-literate readers and those with little computer experience. Part I summarizes steps in planning and implementing and network, and Part II discusses use of the Internet, from policy issues to virtual field trips, and looks at special concerns of rural and remote learning educators. Part III explains specific technical guidelines for network infrastructures, with details on network topology, protocols, and types of media connections.
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Part IEducators Planning Guide i
Connectivity Policies for K12 Schools
Planning and Designing Systems
Assembling The Team and Acquiring Expertise
Understanding Options for Design
Part IIEducators Guide to Good
Internets Many Moots of Communication
Tin World Wide Web for Classrooms
applications archives bandwidth bastion host browser cable Chapter classroom client computer client software communications curriculum database Department of Education domain name e-mail address e-mail client e-mail server educational technology established Ethernet example files firewall FTP server gateway Glossary hard drive hardware implementation individual installed Inter Internet connection Internet project Internet service provider Internet services Internet technology Internetworking K-12 education K-12 schools learners learning local area network mailing lists maintain Mbps modem multimedia National network System Administrator network users newsgroups operating system password personal computer phase printers programs Protocol require routers School policies school's Internet school's network System screen search engines server computer specific standards teachers Telnet tion types University UNIX upgrades USENET Web browser Web server wiring workstations World Wide Web