New places to go online

Weiss, Jiri
May 1994
Tech & Learning;May/Jun94, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p109
Product Review
Evaluates the online services of Scholastic Network and Classroom Prodigy. General-interest services; Examples; Comparison between the two online services; Overview of educational telecommunications resources. INSETS: More about classroom PRODIGY.;More about the Scholastic Network.;Other commercial (and not-quite commercial) online services...


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