Here is a book that pointedly focuses on what teachers need to consider in their classroom decision-making. Its main emphasis is on classroom and curricular integration, not on the panoply of available technology. It addresses the needs and concerns of preservice and inservice teachers of different experiential backgrounds, from computer novice through long-time proficient users. The book is up-to-date, with coverage of the Internet and World Wide Web and classroom networks, and the latest on multimedia applications. Just as importantly, this book reflects the shift of emphasis in how schools are putting technology to use with K-12 youngsters toward genuine fusion of computer use with instructional processes in diverse areas. The new tripartite structure of the book covers: 1) the information on the integration of technology into the curriculum (in its 10 chapters); 2) supportive computer literacy and technology information (within the six primer sections interspersed throughout the text); and 3) computer and pedagogical resources at chapters' ends. Thus, the book emphasizes methods of classroom and curricular integration while simultaneously reviewing the necessary information and issues to consider when deciding on computers for one's classroom. Additionally, the authors address significant concerns, including quality of software, gender equity, and copyright issues. For pre-service and in-service teachers who need recommendations for quality software for use in K-12 educational settings.