My first eBook has been published by Technology and Learning magazine!

I have been writing about classroom technology integration since 1997. Now, in the Spring of 2004, some of my collected writings have been published by Technology and Learning magazine as an eBook!

Titled “PC Management in the Classroom: Kids, Computers, & Control– Practical Information, Tips and Tricks for Managing your School’s Computer Lab,” the eBook contains an updated version of an article I wrote about lab management software for the TechEdge a year ago. It also includes a bunch of new IT Guy tips I wrote that relate to computer lab management issues.

You can download a copy of the eBook for free after registering on The PDF version is about 2 MB in size, a DigitalWebBook version (unfortunately for Windows computers only) is also available.

I have been experimenting myself with the Zinio eBook reader ( which runs on all variants of Windows as well as Mac OS 10.1 and newer operating systems. Pretty amazing, especially on a Powerbook. The future is here. Welcome to 21st century digital literacy.

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Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

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