Provides information for educational technologists, librarians, and media specialists, documents current trends and research findings, lists and describes related organizations and graduate programs in North America, and offers a mediagraphy of print and nonprint resources. Essays discuss areas including technology trends in education and training, teaching methods and curricular issues, electronic publishing, and the use of the Internet in K-12 classrooms. A 45-page mediagraphy is organized in 15 subject areas, such as artificial intelligence, distance education, interactive multimedia, special education, and professional development. Useful for professionals in all levels of education, as well as trainers in the corporate sector and professionals in communications, instructional design, computer technology, and library and information science. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.