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March 7, 2005
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From Now On

The Educational Technology Journal

A free electronic journal published since 1991 with a focus upon educational technologies, the WWW, copyright issues, student research, Web publishing, staff development and change. The archive offers more than 60 issues indexed by topic. There are also four electronic books, a list of virtual museums and an art gallery. You may sign up to receive a monthly copy by e-mail or visit the site each month to enjoy the hytext versions which include many links to related sites and information. More than 9300 subscribers.

Frequency
monthly (ten times annually)
Format(s)
Web
ISSN
Keywords
education (121), change (5), museums (3), libraries (3), research skills (1), planning (10), staff development (2), schools (5), technology (130), learning (22)
Access
Web: http://fromnowon.org
Sample
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Subscription
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Publisher
Staff
Jamieson McKenzie(Editor)
Submission Guidelines
"From Now On" will publish articles of 1,000-1,500 words which are generally in philosophical alignment with a constructivist approach to the use of technologies -- that is, a commitment to student problem-solving and powerful reasoning. "From Now On" leans toward prose which is accessible to lay people and not overly academic in tone. Queries proposing articles exploring leading edge and breaking edge issues are welcome. They should provide an overview of what the author intends and an introductory paragraph or two to give an idea of the writing style. All such queries should be sent by e-mail to Jamie McKenzie, the Editor. All decisions regarding the publishing of such articles will be made by the Editor. There are no payments for articles.
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