Meridian is an electronic
journal dedicated to to research and practice of Information and Communication Technology in Kindergarten through 12th grade. It is published twice yearly by an interdisciplinary
team of NC State graduate students representing a broad range of fields
from education to forestry.
Meridian features research
findings, practitioner articles, commentary, and book excerpts by educational
researchers, technology designers, K-12 teachers, and authors
who wish to share and expand teaching and learning experiences with
computer technologies in middle school classrooms and beyond.
Welcome to Meridian's Summer
2009 issue! Articles included in this issue:
Come meet Meridian's editorial
The Editorial Board is
comprised of a wide range of talented people in such disciplines as
education, psychology, technology, graphics, and web design. The editors
are students seeking doctoral or masters degrees at North Carolina
In order for Meridian to
better serve its readers, we would like to know a few things about
you. We have a quick survey to gain information on things like how
you heard about us, what you found interesting, and technical issues.
Your feedback is important to us and will help Meridian grow and improve
with your assistance.
August 2002, Education
World (R) has reviewed the Meridian site -- and gave it an "A"
Manuscripts are currently being acceptedfor Volume 13, Issue 1, Winter 2010 until December 4th, 2009
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more information about copyright issues, photo releases, and how to
submit an article to Meridian.
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plug-ins for download are Acrobat Reader, Hyperstudio Player, Quicktime
Player, Realplayer and Shockwave Player.
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from a past issue? Maybe our archive can help. Visit our archive to
find articles from previous issues to see how Meridian has evolved.