This paper was original adapted from a manuscript by Margaret Honey, director of the Center for Children and Technology, Katherine McMillan Culp, assistant director for research at the Center for Children and Technology, and Robert Spielvogel, senior scientist at the Center for Children and Technology. In 2005, the article was updated to reflect some of the new educational priorities, demands, and developments that have entered the field since the last article was published. The Center for Children and Technology is a part of Education Development Center, Inc., an international nonprofit organization handing 335 projects taking place through the United States as well as around the globe.
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