68% of teachers believe e-mail access is essential for education process

A survey by US Dept of Education shows that more than half of all teachers believe presence of such technologies as CD-ROM encyclopedias and reference works, telephones, WWW access and teacher workstations with e-mail access is essential to the learning process.

A survey by US Dept of Education shows that more than half of all teachers believe presence of such technologies as CD-ROM encyclopedias and reference works, telephones, WWW access and teacher workstations with e-mail access is essential to the learning process.

Technologies essential to teaching

Technology % of teachers feeling
this is essential
Video camera 18
Full page scanner 20
Multimedia authoring program 21
Presentation software 35
At least one computer for every
four students in classroom
49
Encyclopedia and other
reference works on CD-ROM
51
Telephone in classroom 56
World Wide Web
access in classroom
61
Teacher computer station
with access to electronic mail
68
Source: National Center for Education Statistics