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Telecommunications

Title Date Abstract
A nation online: how Americans are expanding their use of the Internet 2002 The report provides information on Americans' connectivity to the Internet, broadband services, and computers. Increasin...
Adult education on line: the OTAN experience 1994 This article describes the main features and development of the electronic communication system sponsored by the Outreac...
Building the net:: trends report 2000 2000 This report details how technology is changing not only the process but the business of learning, Education is becoming...
Falling through the net: defining the digital divide 1999 This is the third national study of the use of computers and the Internet by the National Telecommunication and Informat...
Teachers' perceptions of changes in communication among themselves and with their principal as a result of implementing electronic mail systems in selected k-8 California schools 1998 This dissertation reports research done on changes in teacher communication among themselves and with their principals a...
The search for high-quality online content for low-income and underserved communities; evaluating and producing what's needed, an issue brief and action plan with research appendices October 2003 This document explores the "content gap" for online information and services accessible to Americans with low incomes, l...
Using the World Wide Web with adult ESL learners 1998 This Digest presents reasons for using World Wide Web activities in adult ESL instruction, addresses the issue of prepar...
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OTAN activities are funded by contract CN180031 from the Adult Education Office, in the Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education, with funds provided through Federal P.L., 105-220, Section 223. However, OTAN content does not necessarily reflect the position of that department or the U.S. Department of Education.