For minorities, new ‘digital divide’ seen

For minorities, new ‘digital divide’ seen
When the personal computer revolution began decades ago, Latinos and blacks were much less likely to use one of the marvelous new machines. Then, when the Internet began to change life as we know it, these groups had less access to the Web and slower…
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District 191: Technology rules in Lisa Christen’s classroom
By Keighla Schmidt, Staff Writer Lisa Christen’s classroom at M.W. Savage Elementary School is a gateway to the rest of the world. With 30 laptops, three Nintendo hand-held DSs, two desktop computers, a flat screen television, an overflowing basket of headphones, a big case of response clickers, a mounted Smartboard and an iPhone, her 24 curious third-graders are ready to take over the world …
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Palace of the Governors: A digital age for archives
Local authors, publishers, historians, journalists, genealogists and others know the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives as a treasure chest of historic photographs, glass negatives, photography books and documents related to New Mexico.
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