Pubblicato su The National Institute for Community Innovations lunedì 4 marzo 2002
A guide for educators who wants to integrate e-mail and the Internet into their classroom or project. The toolkit points educators to free, high quality resources that help address the digital divide in the classroom and community. The toolkit, edited by Joy Wallace, senior associate at the National Institute for Community Innovations, is made possible in part through funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s PT3 (Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to use Technology) and Technology Innovation Challenge Grant programs.
We are committed to continually enhancing the toolkit’s contents; therefore, you
may want to consider revisiting the toolkit at least monthly as new resources
are added each week. Printed copies of the toolkit have been made available through
funding generously provided by the AOL Time Warner Foundation, a leader in bridging
the digital divide.
is the “digital divide”, and why should educators care?
Where can I find inexpensive
What is “digital
How can I learn
more about the digital divide?
Where can I get free
Where can I get free
How can I get affordable
Internet service for my school?
are available to build digital equity?
What are community
technology centers, and how can they help?
How do I use
What about help for teachers to
learn how to use technology in the classroom?
What about digital
equity for persons with disabilities?
Where can people use
computers in their community?
What about sources
of Internet-based curricula?
What if I have more
questions that need answers?
What do I need to make
the most of this tool kit?
How do I print
Learn more about the National
Institute for Community Innovations.
If you are seeking to build digital equity for your students, we hope this
toolkit will be helpful. If you have questions or suggestions regarding the
Digital Equity Toolkit, please contact editor Joy
Wallace by email, or call (503) 284-2613.
If you would like to suggest resources to be added to the Digital Equity Toolkit,
please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.