NovaNET

NovaNET

A satellite-based network for educational services created by the Education Research Lab of the University of Illinois. It includes over 10,000 hours of lesson material from third grade to post graduate work in over a hundred subject areas.
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Novatec, Baltimore, has introduced an FX2 NovaNet version of its original FlexXpand control that provides access to all Novatec auxiliary equipment through 7- or 12-in.
(11) Also known as the limited access model or Novanet Model (See Endnote 2: Machovec, 2013).
In a comprehensive study of the use of technology in prisons, Borden and Richardson (2008) noted the following platforms in correctional schools: CDs/DVDs, closed-circuit TV, Intranet, file servers, computers (stand-alone or networked), local area networks, wide area networks, two-way audio/video conferencing, Internet protocol TV, satellite, instructional TV fixed service (microwave), and learning-content systems such as NovaNet, WebCT, or Blackboard.
Other services such as Web Course Tools and NovaNet offer similar resources and opportunities.
Most PLCs, including those in Virginia, use NovaNET, an online curriculum that is marketed by Pearson Education Inc.
Pearson Education, makers of the popular credit-recovery software NovaNet, reported its use in 400 Texas schools.
Pearson has dramatically expanded NovaNET, its online credit recovery program for grades 6-12, with over 300 new lessons in five content areas.
The Proofs Tutorial is a computer-aided learning tool on NovaNET (http://www.pearsondigital.com/novanet/).
Schur for a dropout prevention pilot program using the Pearson NovaNET system.
Using NovaNET in Adult Basic Skills Literacy Education Program Monica Crawford
Published materials were sent to the Cape Breton University Library and can be accessed through the NovaNet database.
He is also a participant in the Nova Scotia academic library consortium NOVANET, as well as regional and Canadian national resource-sharing efforts.