predominate. Each entry includes a program description, cost, grade level, hardware requirements, references for further information, and user tips. The guide, organized by subject area, also includes titles and tips for diverse learners, and a directory of software publishers. Only the Best is also available on CD-ROM and on the Internet at http://www.ascd.org.
School Library Journal is written for children's librarians, young adults' librarians, and school librarians. In addition to feature articles and book reviews, it includes reviews of CD-ROMs, computer software, and audiovisual materials.
Issues/price: 12 per year; $87.50 per year. Available from: School Library Journal.
School Science & Mathematics is an international journal emphasizing issues, concerns, and lessons within and between the disciplines of science and mathematics in the classroom. The regular column "Technology Reviews" provides information on new and current technology and software. The reviews include a description and rating of the software or technology and tips on its successful use in the classroom.
Issues/price: 8 per year; $35 per year. Available from: School Science and Mathematics Association.
Science & Children (see 9.38) is a journal on teaching elementary and middle school science. It features "Software Reviews," a regular department that includes reviews of newly available software resources.
Issues/price: 8 per year; $55 per year for members of National Science Teachers Association. Available from: National Science Teachers Association.
Science Books & Films (see 9.39)—produced by the American Association for the Advancement of Science—is a journal of critical reviews devoted exclusively to print and nonprint materials in all of the sciences and for all age groups. Each issue contains some 100 evaluations of books, audiovisual materials, and software—for general audiences, professionals, teachers, and students from kindergarten through college. Sample reviews are available on the Internet at http://ehr.aaas.org/ehr/6_0_0.html.
Issues/price: 9 per year; $40 per year. Available from: Science Books & Films.
The Science Teacher (see 9.44) provides articles by science educators on innovations in science teaching, current developments in science, and classroom projects and experiments. Each issue includes reviews of books, software, and audiovisual materials relevant to teaching science in middle and high schools.
Issues/price: 9 per year; $56 per year for members of National Science Teachers Association. Available from: National Science Teachers Association.
Technology & Learning is a leading publication in educational technology, written for K-12 school administrators, teachers, and technology coordinators. The magazine provides product information and guidance in improving and expanding the use of technology in schools. Regularly featured departments include reviews and comparisons of software, with an annual software awards contest; technology updates, featuring a different hardware category or trend each month; and product and program announcements. A searchable database of software reviews is available on the Internet at http://www.techlearning.com.
Issues/price: 10 per year; $24 per year. Available from: Miller Freeman.
Technology Connection provides a professional forum for school media and technology specialists as they organize and facilitate access to electronic resources. This magazine includes reviews of new products, tips and pointers, and information on emerging technologies and training opportunities. Electronic products reviewed include videodiscs, CD-ROMs, and computer software. Reviews are available on the Internet at http://www.linworth.com.
Issues/price: 9 per year; $43 per year. Available from: Linworth Publishing.