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    On-Line Technology for Schools

    Federal Communications Commissioner Chair Tom Wheeler and Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel talked about improving Internet connectivity to schools. They said that the E-Rate program…

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    Steve Wozniak on Technology and Education

    Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak spoke to students at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, about his experiences in establishing Apple with Steve Jobs and their work in…

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    President Obama in Adelphi, Maryland

    President Obama spoke at Buck Lodge Middle School in Adelphi, Maryland, about ensuring opportunity for all. He talked about his goal of connecting 99 percent of students to broadband…

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    The Internet and the Human Brain

    Panelists talked about the effects of the Internet and new technology on the human brain and on child development. This program was part of the University of Colorado Annual Conference on…

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    After Words with Salman Khan

    Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, spoke about the benefits of online, universal education and his evolution from hedge fund analyst to public educator. He examined the state of…

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    Visualization and Global Issues

    Panelists talked about the use of data visualization technology to frame global issues such as climate change. Examples of data and other images were shown as they discussed the…

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    Technical Education and Jobs

    Sandra Krebsbach, the Executive Director of the American Technical Education Association, talked about the expansion of technical education. Other topics included the expansion of the…

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    Emergency Responder Technology

    Attorney General Eric Holder spoke to a conference of emergency responders and praised the advances made in emergency communication since the September 11 attacks.

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    Weekly Presidential Address

    In his weekly address President Obama talked about the need for improving education for the U.S. to compete globally for new jobs and industries. This address is from an Intel…

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    Teens and Technology Use

    Participants spoke about use of mobile technology by teenagers and students, as well as parents. Chairman Genachowski gave opening remarks followed by panel discussions on various…

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    Communicators with Tom Rogers and John Landgraf

    Tom Rogers, the CEO and President of TIVO, talked about the impact of the digital video recorder (DVR) on the television industry. FX Networks President John Landgraf discussed the…

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    Q&A with Omar Wasow

    Omar Wasow is a Ph.D candidate in African American Studies and Government at Harvard. In 1999, he co-founded BlackPlanet.com, a social networking site. He has appeared on Oprah,…

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    Educational Television and Technology

    Gary Knell talked about the challenges of using new and ever-changing media to keep “Sesame Street” relevant to young children. "Sesame Street" that year celebrated its…

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    The Teenaged Question

    One of the third prize-winning videos for the high school section, The Teenaged Question, was produced by Daniel Durrand, Colette Johnson, and Chris Ranger, 12th-grade students at Patrick…

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    Book Discussion on Electric Dreams

    Caroline Kettlewell was interviewed about her book Electric Dreams: One Unlikely Team of Kids and The Race to Build the Car of the Future.

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    Health Information Technology Summit

    Secretary Leavitt delivered the keynote speech at the Eleventh National HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Summit. Following his remarks, he responded to…

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    National Education Technology Plan

    Secretary Paige and others announced the Department of Education’s report, “Toward a New Golden Age in American Education: How the Internet, the Law and Today’s Students…

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    2004 Campaign Contest Grand and 1st Prize Winners

    For its “Campaign Cam” contest C-SPAN invited high school and middle school students from across the country to produce a video documentary on current campaign…

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    2004 Campaign Contest 2nd Prize Winners

    For its “Campaign Cam” contest C-SPAN invited high school and middle school students from across the country to produce a video documentary on current campaign…

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    2004 Campaign Contest 3rd Prize Winners: Middle School

    For its “Campaign Cam” contest C-SPAN invited high school and middle school students from across the country to produce a video documentary on current campaign…

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