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KIDS Report

Leebow's Friday Letter

NEGP Weekly

NET-ANNOUNCE!

NEWSLTR

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PBS Teacher Previews

ResearchBuzz

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The Scout Report

The Scout Report for Science & Engineering

The Scout Report for Social Sciences

THE WEEKLY BOOKMARK

TOURBUS

USA Ed.Net Briefs

WEBREFERENCE

Weekend Web Picks

What's New at How Stuff Works

YOUR WEBSCOUT

 

 

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ALAWON

CONTENT

ALAWON is a free, irregular publication of
the American Library Association Washington Office. 
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The Benton Communications Policy Mailing List

CONTENT

Communications-related Headlines is a free daily online news
service provided by the Benton Foundation. It will keep you up
to date on important industry developments, policy issues, and
other pertinent communications-related news events.
You can visit the Benton's Web site at www.benton.org.

The Benton Foundation's Communications Policy and Practice (CPP)
<http://www.benton.org/cpphome.html> Communications-related Headline
Service is posted Monday through Friday. The Headlines are highlights
of news articles summarized by staff at the Benton Foundation. They
describe articles of interest to the work of the Foundation -- primarily
those covering long term trends and developments in communications,
technology, journalism, public service media, regulation and philanthropy.
While the summaries are factually accurate, their often informal tone does
not represent the tone of the original articles.

The Benton Foundation works to realize the social benefits made possible
by the public interest use of communications. Bridging the worlds of
philanthropy, public policy, and community action, Benton seeks to shape
the emerging communications environment and to demonstrate the value of
communications for solving social problems. Through demonstration
projects, media production and publishing, research, conferences, and
grantmaking, Benton probes relationships between the public, corporate,
and nonprofit sectors to address the critical questions for democracy in
the information age. Other projects at Benton include:
Kids Campaigns <http://www.kidscampaigns.org/>
Open Studio: The Arts Online <http://www.openstudio.org/>
Destination Democracy <http://www.destinationdemocracy.org/>
Sound Partners for Community Health <http://www.soundpartners.org/>

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(c)Benton Foundation, 1998. Redistribution of this email publication --
both internally and externally -- is encouraged if it includes this message.

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Blue Web'n Update

CONTENT

Blue Web'n Update lists the weekly addition to Blue Web'n, a searchable
library of Blue-Ribbon Web sites categorized by grade level, content area,
and type. Blue Web'n is brought to you by Pacific Bell.

Visit Blue Web'n online at the Pacific Bell Knowledge Network
Explorer at http://www.kn.pacbell.com/ for more online
resources, tools, and learning activities, as well as information about
free workshops for California educators.

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use the online form at
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message.
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CIT INFOBITS

CONTENT

INFOBITS is an electronic service of the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill's Center for Instructional Technology. Each month the
CIT's Information Resources Consultant monitors and selects from a
number of information technology and instructional technology sources
that come to her attention and provides brief notes for electronic
dissemination to educators.
CIT INFOBITS is published by the Center for Instructional Technology.
The CIT supports the interests of faculty members at UNC-CH who are
exploring the use of Internet and video projects. Services include both
consultation on appropriate uses and technical support.
INFOBITS is also available online on the World Wide Web site at
http://www.unc.edu/cit/infobits/infobits.html (HTML format) and at
http://www.unc.edu/cit/infobits/text/index.html (plain text format).
Article Suggestions :
Infobits always welcomes article suggestions from our readers, although
we cannot promise to print everything submitted. Because of our
publishing schedule, we are not able to announce time-sensitive events
such as upcoming conferences and calls for papers or grant
applications; however, we do include articles about online conference
proceedings that are of interest to our readers. While we often mention
commercial products, publications, and Web sites, Infobits does not
accept or reprint unsolicited advertising copy. Send your article
suggestions to the editor at carolyn_kotlas@unc.edu

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Example: SUBSCRIBE INFOBITS Ben Shneiderman
If you have problems subscribing or want to send suggestions for future
issues, contact the editor, Carolyn Kotlas, at carolyn_kotlas@unc.edu

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May be reproduced in any medium for non-commercial purposes.

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Clickables!

CONTENT

"Your weekly source for the latest web sites which you would never have heard of . . ."
To submit a clickable that you feel everyone should know about go to
http://www.compunotes.com/clicks/addclick.htm
Clickables! is produced by Patrick Grote,
pgrote@compunotes.com

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with the command UNSUBSCRIBE CLICKABLES in the body of your mail message.

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CyberTelecom News

CONTENT

CyberTelecom News is created for CyberTelecom-l, a discussion group of the
Internet and Telecommunications Regulations.
Robert Cannon,  Internet Telecommunications Project
http://www.cais.net/cannon/

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with the command  SUBSCRIBE CYBERTELECOM-L.

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Daily Brief

CONTENT

This service is a product of Intelligent Network Concepts, Inc.
db-admin@incinc.net http://www.incinc.net
576 Maxfield Road, Keswick, VA, 22947
To make comments or suggestions: admin@incinc.net
Intelligent Network Concepts provides the Daily Brief to subscribers
without warranty of any kind and accepts no responsibility for its
accuracy or for any consequences of its use.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

To subscribe:  subscribe-db@incinc.net

(c) 1998 Intelligent Network Concepts, Inc. All rights reserved.

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DUMMIES DAILY(tm) Internet Tip

CONTENT

This absolutely FREE service is brought to you by the editors of PC
World and IDG Books Worldwide.
Dummies Daily may contain links to sites on the Internet which are
owned and operated by third parties. IDG Books Worldwide, Inc. and PC
World Communications, Inc., are not responsible for the availability
of, or the content located on or through, any such third-party site.


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Copyright (c) 1998 IDG Books Worldwide, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Dummies Daily, Dummies Man, and The Online Resource for the Rest of
Us...Delivered Every Business Day! are trademarks, and ...For Dummies
is a registered trademark of IDG Books Worldwide, Inc. Used by
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Edupage

CONTENT

On Behalf Of Edupage Editors EDUCAUSE Edupage Mailing List
Edupage, a summary of news about information technology,
is provided three times a week as a service of EDUCAUSE,
an international nonprofit association dedicated to
transforming higher education through information technologies.
owner-edupage@educom.unc.edu

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Edupage is written by John Gehl (gehl@educause.edu) and Suzanne Douglas
(douglas@educause.edu). Telephone: 770-590-1017
Technical support for distributing Edupage is provided by Information
Technology Services at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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InfoBeat

CONTENT

From: Gleason Sackman <gleason@rrnet.com>
News - Afternoon Edition

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

news@infobeat.com

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KIDS Report

CONTENT

The K.I.D.S. Report is a new publication produced by K-12 students as a resource to other K-12 students. It is an ongoing, cooperative effort of students in the Madison, Wisconsin, Madison Metropolitan School District and students in the Boulder, Colorado, Boulder Valley School District. Teachers assist and provide support, however students select and annotate all resources included in every issue of the K.I.D.S. Report.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

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Leebow's Friday Letter

CONTENT

-- The Leebow Letter --
http://this.is/TheLeebowLetter
Check our Web site out to purchase an "Incredible" book, for more sites and
a new cartoon every day.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

send an e-mail to:
TheLeebowLetter@mailback.com


Copyright 1998 VIP Publishing All rights reserved.
http://home.navisoft.com/vip/copyright.htm

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NEGP Weekly

CONTENT

NATIONAL EDUCATION GOALS PANEL, NEGP Weekly
THE UPDATE ON AMERICA'S EDUCATION REFORM EFFORTS
In cooperation with the DAILY REPORT CARD
National Education Goals Panel
1255 22nd Street NW; Suite 502; Washington, D.C. 20037
202/632-0957 (Fax); e-mail: negp@goalline.org
Web site: http://www.negp.gov

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(c) by the Education Policy Network, Inc. |
| 1255 22nd Street NW; Washington, D.C. 20010; 202/724-0124 |
| EPN, Inc. hereby authorizes further reproduction and |
| distribution with proper acknowledgement. |
| Publisher: Barbara A. Pape |

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NET-ANNOUNCE!

CONTENT

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NEWSLTR

CONTENT

A digest of most of the other newsletters on this page.
The NEWSLTR mailing list is a service of the Internet Scout Project : http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/
Archives for NEWSLTR can be found at : http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/net-news/index.html


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Compass Newsletter

CONTENT

Compass is Pathfinder's free weekly newsletter.
http://www.pathfinder.com/help/habout/compass.html


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PBS Teacher Previews

CONTENT

Welcome to PBS Teacher Previews, the weekly electronic newsletter from PBS Online designed
specifically for preK-12 educators. Each week, you'll find new Web features, details on PBS broadcast
programs with extended taping rights, station resources, professional development opportunities,
and educational products from shopPBS. The resources are grouped into subject areas
that correlate with those found on PBS TeacherSource
http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/,
PBS's Web site for preK-12 educators. Some resources may be listed more than once if applicable to several
subject categories. Grade level, resource type and extended taping rights codes are also indicated for each listing.

TEACHER CODE KEY

TV--Indicates a PBS Television broadcast with Educational Taping Rights of 1 year or more.
Broadcast times are in Eastern Time (ET).
(CC) Indicates programs with closed captioning
(Stereo) Indicates programs in stereo
(DVS) Indicates programs with descriptive video
Educational Taping Rights Variations:
http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/tvforteachers/tapingrights.html
(1 year) = Use within One Year from Broadcast
(1 year OB) = Use within One Year from Original Broadcast
(3 years OB) = Use within three years of the original broadcast
(LOT) = Life of Tape--use the program as long as the tape is physically usable
PBSOL--Indicates a World Wide Web site on PBS Online
WWW--Indicates a World Wide Web Site NOT on PBS Online
Video--Indicates videotape(s) available from shopPBS at http://shop.pbs.org/education/
Guide--Indicates a teacher guide or lesson guide
Station--Indicates station resource or event
Discussion--Indicates an online discussion forum
Profdev--Indicates a professional development resource

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mailserv@pbs.org and in the body of the message type:
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Reproduction of PBS Teacher Previews is permitted
with proper credit given to PBS Online.

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ResearchBuzz

CONTENT

ResearchBuzz, which delivers research resources via e-mail every Thursday,
is a free newsletter from the 'official  Netscape Guide to Internet resaerch (ONGIR)
http://www.coppersky.com/ongir/index.html

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

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"The English To Go Team"

CONTENT

Free English as a Second Language lessons ready to photocopy. Articles from Reuters.
http://www.english-to-go.com/

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To receive your free electronic mail updates to Instant Lessons
send an email to maillist@english-to-go.com with the word updates in the subject line.
Each time we release a new lesson (once a week) you will receive a short email.

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The Scout Report

CONTENT

The Scout Report (ISSN 1092-3861) is published every Friday of the year
except the last Friday of December by the Internet Scout Project, located
in the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Department of Computer Sciences.
The Scout Report's Webpage: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/report/
Adobe Acrobat version of the Scout Report: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/report/pdf/
Net Scout team member information: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/team.html
Director Susan Calcari
Managing Editor Rachael E. Bower [REB]
Editor Michael de Nie [MD]
Production Editor Travis Koplow [TK]
Contributors Aimee D. Glassel [AG]
Todd Hanson [TH]
Christopher Lukas [CL]
Dave Mayer [DM]
Sujani Nannapaneni [SN]
Andrew Osmond [AO]
Laura X. Payne [LXP]
Jeaninne Ramsey [JR]
Michael Roszkowski [MR]
Debra Shapiro [DS]
Gerri Wanserski [GW]
Megan Waters [MW]
Amy Tracy Wells [ATW]
Webmaster Paul M Schwartz [PMS]

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For information on subscribing to the Scout Report, send email to:
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In the body of the message type:
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>From the Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-1999.
http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/

The paragraph below is the copyright notice to be used when reproducing the
entire report, in any format.
Copyright Susan Calcari and the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents,
1994-1999. The Internet Scout Project (http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/), located
in the Computer Sciences Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison,
provides information about the Internet to the U.S. research and education
community under a grant from the National Science Foundation, number
NCR-9712163. The Government has certain rights in this material. Permission
is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of the entire Scout
Report provided this paragraph, including the copyright notice, is
preserved on all copies.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in
this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect
the views of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, or the National Science
Foundation.

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The Scout Report for Social Sciences

CONTENT

The Scout Report for Social Sciences is  Brought to You by the Internet Scout Project
The Scout Report for Social Sciences is published every other
Tuesday by the Internet Scout Project, located in the University of
Wisconsin-Madison's Department of Computer Sciences.
Website: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/
Director Susan Calcari
Managing Editor Rachael E. Bower
Editor Andrew Osmond [AO]
Production Editor Travis Koplow
Webmaster Paul M Schwartz
More information is available at http://wwwscout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/team.html

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the Scout Report for Social Sciences, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-1999.
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The Scout Report for Science & Engineering

CONTENT

The Scout Report for Science & Engineering is published every other
Wednesday by the Internet Scout Project, located in the University of
Wisconsin-Madison's Department of Computer Sciences.
Internet Scout team member information:
http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/scout/team.html



Director Susan Calcari
Managing Editor Rachael E. Bower
Editors Laura X. Payne [LXP]
Sujani Nannapaneni [SN]
Production Editor Travis Koplow
Webmaster Paul M Schwartz

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

To subscribe to the Scout Report for Science & Engineering, send email to:
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In the body of the message type:
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Copyright Susan Calcari and the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents,
1994-1999. The Internet Scout Project (http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/), located
in the Computer Sciences Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison,
provides information about the Internet to the U.S. research and education
community under a grant from the National Science Foundation, number
NCR-9712163. The Government has certain rights in this material. Permission
is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of the entire Scout
Report provided this paragraph, including the copyright notice, are
preserved on all copies.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in
this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect
the views of the University of Wisconsin-Madison or the National Science
Foundation.

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THE WEEKLY BOOKMARK

CONTENT

THE WEEKLY BOOKMARK ISSN 1091-6202
The Weekly Bookmark presents reviews of what's new and newsworthy on the
Web in over fifteen categories. Readers submit sites and the editor makes
final selections. Your submissions are welcome and are carefully reviewed.
Subscribers to this free newsletter will receive each issue first. Issues
will subsequently be made available online. http://www.weeklyb.com
The Weekly Bookmark - http://www.weeklyb.com
Comments, Suggestions:info@weeklyb.com

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Copyright (c) 1998 by The Weekly Bookmark, Chicago, IL - All Rights Reserved

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TOURBUS

CONTENT

From: The Internet TourBus - A virtual tour of cyberspace
[mailto:TOURBUS@LISTSERV.AOL.COM] On Behalf Of Bob Rankin
Archives & Advertising Info: Online at http://www.TOURBUS.com


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The Internet Tourbus - U.S. Library of Congress ISSN #1094-2238
Copyright 1995-98, Rankin & Crispen - All rights reserved

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USA Ed.Net Briefs

CONTENT

Sponsored By Computer Curriculum Corporation
http://www.cccnet.com/info/
Ed.Net Briefs is a free weekly education newsletter sent to subscribers via
e-mail each Monday, September-June.
Visit our Web site
(http://www.edbriefs.com) and review our lists of on-line education
resources, educators' bookstore, and more.

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message (without quotation marks).

Copyright, Dr. Steven W. Simpson, Simpson Communications
Dr. Steven W. Simpson
simpson@edbriefs.com
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(360) 385-4387

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WEBREFERENCE

CONTENT

WebReference.com Update is a newsletter bringing you the news in the Web
development industry as well as the latest additions and news on the site.
From browsing to authoring, HTML to advanced site design, we'll keep you in touch and informed.
http://e-newsletters.internet.com/webref.html

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Weekend Web Picks

CONTENT

From: Lenny Charnoff [mailto:charnoff@netogether.com]
To: net@netogether.com

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What's New at How Stuff Works

CONTENT

How Stuff Works is a great place to come to learn about how things work in the world around you.
Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works,
or what gears do, or what makes the inside of your refrigerator cold?
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YOUR WEBSCOUT

CONTENT

Discover the Net's coolest sites!
Circulation: 12,500+
Frequency: weekly
These reviews of way-cool Web sites were provided by
"Your WebScout". To browse thousands more reviews visit:
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team of VOLUNTEER writers. Please reward their
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Eva Rosenberg <http://www.mywishlist.com/giftsurfer/> <http://www.audettemedia.com> <http://www.tripod.com>
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