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Quotes and Mentions

Saturday, June 15, 2002

Listed in Alphabetical Order
Bennett, Dorothy, quotation. (1995) "Purses vs Power." Graduating Engineer, Passages, February 1995, p. 14.

Bennett, Dorothy, quotation (1997). Charlotte Chandler Thomas, "Virtual Mentoring." Graduating Engineer, February 1997, 30-34.

Bennett, Dorothy, quotation (1997). "E-mail Makes Mentoring Easy." USA Today, Life section, 7/28/97.

Bennett, Dorothy, Cornelia Brunner, & Margaret Honey (September 1998). Gender and Technological Imagination, in Through the Lens: Women and Information Technology. Washington, D.C.: Women & Philanthropy. 1015 18th Street NW - Suite 202, Washington, D.C. 20036, 202-887-9660; [Link to Site].

Brunner, Cornelia, and Naomi Hupert, quotation (1998). Robert O'Harrow Jr., "Computer Training Can Be Child's Play: PCs Enhance Education, Creativity." The Washington Post, Monday, February 16, 1998, p. F19.

Herz, J. C., Book review (February 14, 1999). "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," New York Times Book Review, p. 34. "The fulcrum of the discussion is what Cornelia Brunner, Dorothy Bennett and Margaret Honey call 'the psychological paradox,' the question of how we address issues of concern to young women that are glaring absent in technological design without colluding in stereotypical understandings of femininity."

Honey, Margaret, Interview (1998). "Union City Online,"[Link to article].

Honey, Margaret, & Dorothy Bennett, magazine article (1994). "No Girl Is an Island: Girls in Science and Technology Often Feel Alone. Electronic Learning, May/June 1994, p. 16. Now Defunct.

Honey, Margaret, Dorothy Bennett, Naomi Hupert, Bruce Kanze, Terri Meade, Erica Marks Panush, Kathy Powell, and Robert Spielvogel of CCT, and Barbara Dubitsky, Marvin Cohen, Hal Melnick, and Lucille Peterson of Bank Street College, journal (1994). "The Mathematics Learning Forums Online: Using Telecommunications as a Tool for Reflective Practice." Machine-Mediated Learning 4 (2 & 3)(1994), 163-176.

Hupert, Naomi, quotation (1996). "Iowa Students Access Mentors via Computer." Omaha World-Herald, Midlands News, Monday, February 12, 1996, p. 11.

Hupert, Naomi, forum article (1996-97). "The Telementoring Project: Taking a Look at Diversity Online." The Well Connected Educator, 1996-97. [Link to Site].

Jeffers, Laura, & Babette Moeller, forum article (1996-97). "Professional Development for Inclusion." The Well Connected Educator, 1996-97. [Link to Site].

Kanarek, Kevin, & Babette Moeller, magazine article (1994). "Foreign Exchange: Telecommunications Is a Natural for Foreign Language Classrooms." Electronic Learning, March 1994, p. 22.

Mather, Mary Anne (1997). "Mentoring Digital Style." Technology & Learning, November/December 1997. Article mentions Telementoring and EDC.

McClure, Laura, mention (1999). "Columbia Researchers Report: RCCP Effective in Preventing Violence." ESR Action News, September 1999, pp. 1-3. Educators for Social Responsibility, 475 Riverside Drive, room 554, New York 10115.

Moeller, Babette, magazine article (1995?) "Harnessing TV for Adult Literacy." Electronic Learning.

Moeller, Babette, journal book review (1994) "Technology Assessment: Putting Technology to the Test." Book Review of Technology Assessment in Education and Training, ed. Eva L. Baker and Harold O'Neill Jr. (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994), 260 pp. Journal of Educational Computing Research 15(4) (1996) (Amityville, N.Y.: Baywood Publishing), pp. 393-397.

Moeller, Babette, magazine article (1995). "Collaborating Online: LANs as a Group Learning Tool." Electronic Learning, February 1995, pp. 16-17.

Moeller, Babette, and Naomi Hupert, magazine article (1997). "Reading in the Age of Multimedia." Electronic Learning, May/June 1997, p. 54.

Moeller, Babette, & Laura Jeffers, magazine article (1995). "Forging Special Pathways: Teaming and Technology Make Inclusion Possible Grade after Grade." Electronic Learning, November/December 1995.

Moeller, Babette, & Laura Jeffers, magazine article. (1996) "Technology for Inclusive Teaching: Multimedia Authoring Tools Help Classrooms Adapt to Diverse Needs," Electronic Learning, November/December 1996, p. 44.

Remz, Arlene R., Babette Moeller, & Judith Zorfass, magazine article (1993). "Using Technology to Facilitate Writing Instruction for Students with Disabilities." The Writing Notebook, September/October 1993, pp; 11-13.

Saxon, Wolfgang, obituary of Jan Hawkins (Feb. 21, 1999). New York Times, p. 47.

Tally, Bill, quotation (1998). Christian Science Monitor, August 11, 1998. Bill quoted and CCT cited in article on American Memory Program. [Link to Article].

Tally, Bill, magazine article (1996). "History Goes Digital: Teaching When the Web is in the Classroom." D-Lib Magazine (online journal for digital library science) September,1996 [Link to Article].

Tally, Bill, panelist (1997). "Computers in the Classroom" discussion on NPR's Science Friday, December 19, 1997 [Link to Reference].

Wahl, Ellen (September 1998). Access: Four Dimensions, in Through the Lens: Women and Information Technology. Washington, D.C.: Women & Philanthropy. 1015 18th Street NW - Suite 202, Washington, D.C. 20036, 202-887-9660; [Link to Site].