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  • Adobe Photoshop Tutorials Directory
    Updated daily with new photoshop tutorials ranging in many categories. Tutorial authors can also submit their tutorials for indexing.

  • Computer tips & tricks
    Learn useful computer tips and tricks

  • Joy : Indian Tour & Travel Operators
    Indian Tour operators offering tailor made cultural, exotic, adventure, weekend & wildlife tours , holiday packages, hotel reservations & airline ticketing .

  • WAHM Webmaster
    Learn about the techniques and tools that WAHM webmasters are using. Website tips, tools, and information for webmasters at all skill levels.

  • About One Hand Typing and Keyboarding
    Resources for children and adults with a disability of the hand. With a special emphasis on learning to type using a standard keyboard, and a standard mainstream speed touch typing system, without adaptive devices or assistive equipment. We also have the best updated suggestions on one handed keyboards.

  • An Internet Primer for Teachers that Have Never Worked with the Internet Before
    This site is designed for beginners to the web, (specifically for teachers and education majors), so if you happen to be a veteran user of the net, you may wish to look for a more advanced web site.

  • Children's Software Finder
    Type in the information you are looking for and click the search button. To see a listing of all 4,200 titles, leave everything blank and click search.

  • Chronology of Events in the History of Microcomputers
    This web document is a sneak peek at a book project of mine. Since 1994, I have browsed over 1000 sources for date information related to microcomputers. This brief summary includes many of the essential happenings that shaped the industry. The full text contains close to 3000 entries. I have tried to keep it open-minded and unbiased, but the annoying fact is that "the winners write the history books".

  • Click-N-Learn
    Learn all about what's inside your computer.

  • Computer Lessons for Kids
    Computers can be a lot of fun and they can also be very confusing. I think that the more you know about them, the more fun they are. So let's get to know them!

  • Educational software designed by teachers for school age children.
    Educational software designed by teachers for school age children. SuperCard programs can run as either, Macintosh standalone projects, or operate in a scaled down version on Macintosh and Windows computers within Netscape or Internet Explorer. Take the link to the SuperCard Classroom try out some educational shareware for children. HyperCard programs operate on a Macintosh platform only and some require the free HyperCard Player while others are standalone applications. Take the link to the HyperCard Classroom and try some other educational shareware.

  • Educational Spelling software for Linux for Kids
    This category will contain all spelling related educational software Educational Spelling software for Linux for Kids

    Welcome to Electronic Elementary. This magazine highlights internet projects, activities, and creations of elementary students around the world

  • Entertaindom
    It's not just for kids. Learn Internet basics and get inside tips from your favorite Looney Tunes characters. To begin, either take our quiz or click on the topic you're interested in learning about.

  • Extraterrestrial Math
    Introduces counting systems from ancient Greece to modern computers via a journey described in the children's book \"How To Count Like a Martian\" by Glory St. John. The author invites the reader to solve a Martian code. Throughout each chapter, the unique characteristics of a particular civilization's number system is uncovered as well as how these systems compare. Equipped with this information, students are able to break the Martians code.

  • Get Net Smart
    An Online Safety Quiz for Parents and Youth

  • How Did You Do That?
    This presentation was delivered at the GOTEC Conference in Columbus, Ohio in the fall of 1998 and at FETC in 1999. The Gif Animation section was revised for a workshop I created for the Library of Congress in July, 1999. How Did you Do That was designed to show teachers easy steps and ideas for putting multimedia on Websites. Animated GIF Slide shows can be used to display school events and student activities. Digitized MIDI music files can be downloaded or created to add interesting sound. One suggestion made by a participant was to add school songs. QTVR Object Movies can be used to display multidimentional student artwork. Basic step-by-step illustrated instructions are provided to help you get started.

  • Hyper Studio
    Multimedia Thinking Tool For Interactive Learning

  • Internet Safety
    People describe the Internet in many different ways. Some say it's like a huge library where the books are scattered all over the floor, and some people say it's like a large city with some places you shouldn't visit, unless you have an adult with you. It can be helpful to think of the Internet in both these ways. But most important to remember is that you are in control when you use the Internet and tour the World Wide Web. You decide where you want to go and what you want to see. If you get lost or are confused by what you are seeing, you can always click on the "Home" button and return to the Monroe County Public Library's home page. And you can always ask a librarian to help you find the information you are looking for.

  • Kids and Computers
    This is the main topic of the Web site. Explore how a Dad and his daughter learn this intriguing program.

  • Kids Can Program
    This Web Site is a great place to learn computer programming!

  • Kids,Computers,and Homework
    Use your home computer for more than just fun and games. This site provides tips and tricks on how to use standard software packages like Kid Pix, Microsoft Word, ClarisWorks, and Grolier's Encyclopedia -- on a Macintosh or Windows computer -- to complete a wide variety of school assignments in new and engaging ways.

  • Kid's Domain Downloads
    Macintosh and PC Shareware and Freeware programs for kids. Recommended by families and teachers. Free demos, software reviews, and programming and graphics for kids.

  • Kids Freeware
    Internet Freebies Just for Kidz.

  • Linux For Kids
    LinuxForKids was created in the Summer of 1999 to promote the use of Linux as an educational and entertainment platform for children. We do this by reviewing available software titles that we find or are submitted to us by our readers. We rate them based on quality and appropriateness for children. We set our target audience to children under the age of 10, since we believed this was the audience for which the least efforts were being made. Right now, this web site is more intended for parents and teachers looking for software. We hope to be able to make it also a destination for children. We currently have 7 categories, available from the side bar to your left.

  • Logo-Computer Programming For Kids
    This page was built and is maintained by Don Sleeth, a father of two daughters in Ottawa, Canada. It is about computer programming for kids.

  • Magic Theatre
    High quality educational software for children dedicated to developing communication skills through storytelling, movie making and foreign language learning and teaching.

  • Netscape Tips
    Tips for Using Netscape Navigator.

  • Rose Studios
    Producing educational computer software for children. Check out kid stuff and tech support, or complete survey and get free software.

  • S.A.F.E. 4R Kids
    S.A.F.E. 4R Kids is a 501(c)(3)organization founded in 1998 to provide educational assistance to foster children. The mission of the organization is to prepare children who are or have been part of a residential or foster care program to attend trade school and college. The organization provides tutoring, computers & software, and scholarships.

  • Setup of a Linux machine for young children
    I have two young kids at home, one of them almost 6 years and the other almost one year old. I use Debian GNU/Linux as my primary operating system on my computers, both at home and at work. There is several very nice programs for kids to play with, and I wanted to come up with some nice and easy setup which would enable them to use this software

  • Surfing Safely on the Internet
    Second and third grade students tell what the Internet is, explain how to navigate it, lsit the benefits from using the Internet, and share seven online safety rules.

  • Teaching Kids Programming
    Information on computer books and software to help children learn about computers, programming, and creating multimedia programs.

  • Tech Tools for Kids
    ETG provides computer tools and learning activities for children using a variety of technology tools as well as printed materials. Based in Houston, Texas we have been in the educational community for over 20 years.

  • Tek Camp for Kids
    This fun site takes you on a step-by-step tour to teach you how to use and navigate the Web.

  • Tek Camp for Kids
    Learn all about how the World Wide Web works while exploring Paw Island.

  • The Computer Museum History Center
    All about the computer and internet.

  • The KDE Games Center
    The KDE Games Center contains information on games and games developing under KDE 2.0. It consists of sections on the current games delivered with KDE 2.0 as well as a collection of projects, new games or games in planning. Developpers also find here some useful links and tips on how to write games in KDE. Furthermore there is a link to commercial game software companies and distributors providing games for KDE.

  • The Parents to the Internet
    The Cyberspace age has arrived at lightning speed. Children and young people are among the most active citizens of this new era, and are often the first in their family to use the Internet.

  • Tips for Kids
    Follow these five easy steps for a safe surfing on the Internet.

  • Using Linux to Teach Kids How to Program
    Today I am 21 years old, and I still like playing around with LOGO. And I will use it to teach my son a little bit about programming and discrete math concepts. Now, my challenge was to find a version of LOGO for Linux. I have been using Linux for about 2 years now, and just a couple of weeks ago I started searching the web for a free version of LOGO for Linux. It took me about 30 minutes, but I was able to find the Berkeley LOGO version, which is really good. It runs in many Unix flavors and works with MS Operating Systems as well.

  • US Kids Compute
    Cool site providing computer literacy tips, information, and four Dr. Seuss Challenge activities to help children become more computer literate.

  • Welcome to Safe Surfin'
    The Internet is a lot like a big city. There are millions of children, teenagers and adults who use the Internet for fun, education, and to get information that will help them in their personal or professional life. There are millions of Internet Web sites. Many of these are great sites. But some of these sites are like hanging out in a dark alley in a big city - not the place to be!

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