Currents in Electronic Literacy
Spring 2000 (No. 3)
Special Topic: Technology and the Teaching of Writing in Primary and Secondary Schools
Table of Contents 

 The Distance in Distance Learning 
The Texas 2000 Living Museum demonstrates how distance learning over the internet can improve education in grades K-12. By John Slatin 

Book Reviews  

 The Nearness of You: Students and Teachers Writing Online. Ed. Christopher Edgar and Susan Nelson Wood. New York: Teachers and Writers Collaborative, 1996.  
By Melynda Nuss  

Andrea R. Gooden. Computers in the Classroom. Ed. Fred Silverman. San Francisco: Jossey Bass and Apple Press, 1996. 
By Roger Rouland 

 Seymour Papert. Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas. Basic Books: New York, 1980. 
By Ben Feigert  

Janet Ward Schofield. Computers and Classroom Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.  
By Jerome Bump 

The Cultures of Computing. Ed. Susan Leigh Star. Cambridge: Blackwell Publishers, 1995.  
By Roger Rouland 

Don Tapscott. Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1998.  
By Suzanne Penuel 

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