Resources for Teachers and Students
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CyberBee offers tons of fresh ideas for teachers who are looking for ways to integrate technology into their classrooms.
The Center for Women and Information Technology (CWIT), located at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, is a rich resource for women and girls who are users of IT or planning to study computer science as a profession. Those planning careers in Information Technology will find information on the CWIT Scholars Program. Other areas of interest are a current list and an archive of news articles relating to women and IT.
Grade Level: 9,10,11,12
Although this tutorial is provided for the purpose of transforming historical and cultural documents to digitized form, much of the content is relevant for anyone interested in digital imaging. The tutorial explains the various steps in creating digital images and the technology needed. Such technical topics as resolution/threshold, color and tone, and file formats are discussed as well as presentation techniques. Included is information on how scanners work, scanner types, and image processing.
The Mouse Club introduces 3- to 7-year-olds to using the Internet and their PC in a fun, interactive way.
Grade Level: K,1,2
This electronic journal is dedicated to sharing and expanding teaching and learning with computer technologies in middle school classrooms and beyond. It offers a wealth of information for faculty, students, and practicing teachers, as well as an outlet for publishing research, articles, book excerpts, and commentary.