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Organizing for Electronic Messaging in the Schools

Computing Teacher Volume 16, Number 7, ISSN 0278-9175


Describes the use of electronic messaging in elementary and junior high schools in Canada and the United States. Highlights include differences between electronic mail, bulletin board services, and computer mediated conferencing; the role of the teachers; equipment and telephone line considerations; and costs. (LRW)


Crowley, M.L. (1989). Organizing for Electronic Messaging in the Schools. Computing Teacher, 16(7), 23-26. Retrieved March 23, 2023 from .

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