LEN Projects

Bethel School District
Willamette High School students are participating in an electronic e-mail exchange program with students at Rotberg High School in Israel. The opportunity to share in the thoughts and feelings of the Israeli students immediately after the assasination of Prime Minister Rabin was a powerful experience for many Willamette students. http://www.bethel.k12.or.us/schools/wolverine/letters.html

City of Eugene Permit Information Center
The City of Eugene's Permit Information Center Web Site provides answers to hundreds of basic questions regarding a wide range of city permits. This service has proved to be very popular with Eugene residents. http://www.ci.eugene.or.us/pic

Springfield School District
The Springfield School District has created the "Network Dirt" online newsletter to keep district teachers up to date and facilitate the creation of Web-based materials. In addition, several Web projects have been implemented to provide services for community members, including the District News and Notes Newsletter and the Alternative Education Program Web Page, created and maintained by students in the Alternative Education program. http://www.sps.lane.edu/compsvc/news.html

Eugene Library
The Public Access Internet Room at the Eugene Public Library, staffed by volunteers from Oregon Public Networking (OPN), provides eight Windows-based PCs with high-speed connections to the Internet. http://www.ci.eugene.or.us/library

Lane Community College
In July 1995, LCC participated in one of the first public radio broadcasts via the Internet. LCC, in cooperation with the UO and Oregon State University, utilized the LEN network to transmit live performances from the DaVinci Days Celebration in Corvallis to the KLCC listening audience. http://lanecc.edu/davinci.press.html

Hult Center for the Performing Arts
The Hult Center Web Site provides an online calendar and guide to current and future activities and events. http://www.ci.eugene.or.us/hult

Eugene School District 4J
The Eugene CyberSchool is an online classroom that delivers coursework and educational resources to high school students worldwide via the Internet. http://cyberSchool.4j.lane.edu

Over 70,000 citizens in Lane County already have access to LEN. As the Internet and networking technology mature, LEN will continue to expand its role in delivering vital services to the people of Lane County.

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