T.H.E. Journal, June 1998, p. 22A


As far back as 1992, the East Texas Learning Interactive Network Consortium (ET-LINC) began hashing out plans to fill the technology needs of its scattered, small rural schools. The model that emerged from their success can easily be applied to other efforts to design state-wide computer networks and develop distance learning programs.

First to note is the range of the collaborations ET-LINC was able to facilitate: ET-LINC brought together more than 20 Texas school districts, the...

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