In recent years, schools around the world have dramatically increased the use of computers in the classroom. Many schools, from elementary to graduate level, have embraced the Web as a vehicle for information. Their home pages are generally informative and sometimes a lot of fun! Take a tour of the virtual classroom:
American School Directory The Internet gateway to all 108,000 K-12 schools. More than 70,000 of the schools offer pictures, art, calendars, menus, local links, and notes from students, parents & alumni.
CampusTours For a closer look at schools, check out CampusTours, where you'll find virtual tours, interactive maps, college webcams, QuickTime VR tours, campus movies and more. The site also links to the official Web site for each school.
SchoolGuides.com A comprehensive online directory of doctoral, masters and professional degree programs. The guide outlines course offerings, tuition, and admissions contacts, then links out to each school's site.
PC Magazine's Top 20 Wired Colleges PC Magazine and The Princeton Review teamed up to create the Top 20 Wired Colleges list in 2006. Villanova University came in first, followed by M.I.T. You can also check out the methodology of the list too.
USA Today: Totally Wireless on Campus USA Today reporter Sharon Jayson discusses the increasing popularity of the wireless campus across America. Jayson compares the pros and cons and includes some interesting and up-to-date statistics.