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Packing a punch. Gideon, Tim May 1, 2013 338
Section VII: science education Bailey Science Center, room 2021 Ollie Irons Manley, presiding. Conference notes Mar 22, 2013 2187
Critical considerations before adopting a new system: mobile computing devices are a valuable tool when it comes to creating an efficient HIT system within your healthcare facility. Thie, Scott Nov 1, 2012 1004
Delivering the network to the edge. Schwerin, Claire Mar 22, 2012 883
How RFID and smartphones will help revolutionize army sustainment: the latest technologies, including radio frequency identification devices and cell phones equipped to be handheld computers, could forever change the way the Army sustains Soldiers. Guggisberg, Todd H. Nov 1, 2011 1630
In-process determining of the working mode in CNC turning/Arupuru rakendused tootmisprotsesside seirel. Aruvali, Tanel; Serg, Risto; Preden, Jurgo; Otto, Tauno Report Mar 1, 2011 3338
The feasibility and acceptability of handheld computers in a prospective diary study of adolescent sexual behaviour. Vannier, Sarah A.; O'Sullivan, Lucia F. Report Dec 22, 2008 6038
Holy hardware. Sweas, Megan Brief article Jul 1, 2008 139
iQuest. Brief article May 1, 2007 103
Away days or away daze? Dan Collins explores some of the ways you might get the most from your time away from the office. Collins, Dan May 1, 2007 1876
Handheld Computers in Schools and Media Centers. Patton, Carol Mar 1, 2007 91
Using handheld-computers and probeware in a Science Methods course: preservice teachers' attitudes and self-efficacy. van 't Hooft, Mark Sep 22, 2006 9622
It's the principal of the thing: administrators in North Kansas City Schools find Treo solutions to every need. Crane, Elizabeth Cover story Jun 1, 2006 2471
Spreading success using palm handhelds at Florida PreK-5: when these fourth graders use handheld technology, they're all equal and accomplished. Palmer, Gina Adams Jun 1, 2006 1635
Palm handhelds touch students with autism: a Texas district uses handhelds to motivate students with Asperger's syndrome. Butler, Kevin Jun 1, 2006 913
Reading, writing, and podcasting: elementary schools create engaging language arts activities with Palm handhelds. Palmer, Gina Adams Jun 1, 2006 1358
1:1 computing at the elementary level in Texas: handheld program for reading and math includes 3,200 third- through fifth-grade students in Amarillo. Solomon, J.D. Jun 1, 2006 531
Handheld computers. Pascopella, Angela Nov 1, 2005 459
Digital days: from measuring the force of a soda rocket to writing prose, handheld computers are inching their way into classrooms. Pascopella, Angela Aug 1, 2005 3913
Administrators follow the librarian's lead, from managing schedules to in-class assessments: Pennsylvania district is big on small handheld experimentation. Schachter, Ron Jun 1, 2005 1738
Fast lane: online tutorials help users get up to speed: five-minute lessons boast narration, step-by-step instructions and examples taken from a teacher's typical needs. Tyre, Terian Jun 1, 2005 1373
NCLB & IDEA support handheld learning: electronic learning tools fulfill the NCLB requirements for federal funding. Here's how you can tap into some sources. Jun 1, 2005 490
Are you ready for personal computing? Stager, Gary Mar 1, 2005 695
Handhelds motivate teachers and students in Oklahoma schools: two districts take different paths to similar outcomes as handhelds fulfill the promise of one-to-one computing. Crane, Elizabeth Dec 1, 2004 1968
Faculty & staff 'summer camp' offers edVentures for success: strong and targeted staff support is the common denominator for successful handheld implementations. Fratt, Lisa Dec 1, 2004 895
PETCs are spreading the word in L.A.: Los Angeles takes handheld training to a new level--countywide and to all of its public and private K-12 schools. Fratt, Lisa Dec 1, 2004 571
The sixth grade steps up big with handhelds in Newport-Mesa: 'for the cost of 110 desktop or laptop computers we bought 1,100 powerful handhelds for the entire sixth grade'. Palmer, Gina Adams Dec 1, 2004 1984
Terminals aid drivers' work. Brief Article Oct 9, 2004 233
Evaluation of handheld radionuclide identifiers. Karam, L.R. Jul 1, 2004 2501
WashMnl, PDA cases. McLeod, Thomas G.; Ebbert, Jon O. Jul 1, 2004 728
Hand in hand: together, Michigan administrators are learning to enhance leadership and decision-making by using handhelds. Sausner, Rebecca Jun 1, 2004 2270
Two color Zires debut: these new handhelds offer features to fit students and educators. Palmer, Gina Adams May 1, 2004 1185
Remote, but fully wired: schools across Michigan have implemented thousands of handhelds, inspiring students to better explore their classwork and subjects. Palmer, Gina Adams Cover Story May 1, 2004 2728
Change everything: in Texas and Arizona, frequent site-based assessments performed on handhelds get fed into district databases for immediate use. As a result, instructional changes happen quickly, and the districts are meeting goals and changing lives-now. Schachter, Ron May 1, 2004 1634
Growing up connected: these two Kansas districts are giving thousands of students handhelds, and seeing the rewards. Crane, Elizabeth May 1, 2004 1847
Summer school: during an intensive week-long training session, educators learn how a handheld can serve as a springboard to change their schools and smooth their lives. Fratt, Lisa May 1, 2004 944
Lists guidelines, medications: handheld computer helps in smoking cessation. Frieden, Joyce Apr 1, 2004 303
Handheld computer may help smoking cessation. Frieden, Joyce Apr 1, 2004 305
Life becomes easier with smaller gadgets. Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 258
Hospitals adopt digital technology at department level. Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 292
Clinical and educational uses of handheld computers. Wright, Scott M. Oct 1, 2003 2916
Rugged handheld. Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 141
Handheld computers: the greatest invention since sliced bread? Korte, Pamela D. Mar 17, 2003 970
SRI study indicates usefulness of handheld computers for scientific inquiry based learning. Jan 6, 2003 682
Tufts sees pluses from pilot test of handhelds. (E-Prescribing). Brief Article Dec 1, 2002 183
Trading paper for Palm Pilots. (Up front: news, trends & analysis). Swartz, Nikki Nov 1, 2002 361
Thoughts on the future of library computing: implications of the use of handheld computers for library service. Bridges, Karl Sep 22, 2002 3571
ePocrates. (Product Watch). Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 459
Put your Palm to work! (Practical Technology). Cieslak, David M. Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 962
Hands down: The power's in the Palm. Canale, Stephen Mar 1, 2002 1618
Handheld electronic prescribing limits errors. (Improved Work Flow). McNamara, Damian Jan 15, 2002 441
Talk before you walk: the right wireless handheld allows caregivers to spend more time with patients, less time in transit. (Wireless). West, Chad Jan 1, 2002 1032
New ideas that can help educators. (Editor's Note). D'Orio, Wayne Nov 1, 2001 373
TI's handheld technology: the right tools for the job: the TI-83 Plus is the best-selling graphing calculator in the U.S. and Canada. Here's a taste of why. (Special Advertising Section). Branch, Al Nov 1, 2001 1249
TI handheld software applications: making connections accross the curriculum: software for TI graphing calculators enables' process of discovery. (Special Advertising Section). Tyre, Terian Nov 1, 2001 1376
TI's professional development: teachers teaching with technology have long provided training to educators to use handhelds for instruction, with cumulative benefits. (The [T.sup.3] Program). Branch, Al Nov 1, 2001 1021
Mobile access motivates integration. Peckham, Ray Oct 1, 2001 541
Globetrotting staff uses wireless devices to stay connected. Herzog, Tom Jul 1, 2001 754
Handheld, Wireless Devices Help Police Fight Crime. Hogan, Cyndy Liedtke Brief Article Jun 18, 2001 913
Working Wonders. Jun 1, 2001 1272
Palm vs. Pocket: which PDA is Right for You? CIESLAK, DAVID M. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 638
WIRELESS, HANDHELD CAPABILITY INTRODUCED WITH DATATRAK EDC FOR CLINICAL TRIAL DATA COLLECTION. Dec 25, 2000 698
Wearable Wireless Wonder. Wolf, Jeff Dec 1, 2000 637
A New Dictation Standard. Oct 1, 2000 900
Clicking and Screaming into Wireless. Kenney, R. Emmet Column Sep 1, 2000 637
IDC Survey Finds Handhelds Are Making Their Way To The Mainstream. Mar 6, 2000 322
Palm Proliferation. Lorente, Rafael Jan 1, 2000 563
Timely Information is Key to Critical Care. Dec 1, 1999 584
Hand-Held Computers Help Tendachoice. Nov 1, 1999 132
Handheld Computers Speed Housing Inspections. Oct 25, 1999 162
IT'S NOT YOUR MOTHER'S GROCERY LIST. Lyson, Katarzyna Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 166
Computer bits give geotechnical drilling cutting-edge technology. Barrows, Richard J.; Hay, Stephen Jul 1, 1998 980
Powering better customer service. May 1, 1997 902
Newton supporters offer multiple healthcare apps. Dec 1, 1995 1052
Touchless typing: electronic pens and voice-activated software are coming into their own as ways to enter data into a computer. Zarowin, Stanley Apr 1, 1995 1735
Have PC, will travel. Parker, Jeffrey Jan 1, 1995 817
Hand-held scanning capability. Product Announcement Jan 20, 1992 291
Have computer, will travel. Greene, Marvin Column Dec 1, 1991 1072

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