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Did you know that CTREX Pro Subscribers can “bookmark” reviews for future reference? While logged in, click on the star next to any title. This will save the review to your profile page. You can view your profile by selecting the icon with your username in the top-right. Bookmarking has been available for a while now, but now you can create your own folders to organize your bookmarks into as many lists as you want. You can even print these lists or export their data. Need to find a handful of titles on a certain topic? Create a new folder and move your bookmarks to it. The next time you need to compile a list, your old bookmarks will remain separate. Using this new tool, you can use CTREX to manage your research more flexibly.
It takes many people to make CTR work. Besides the full time staff, listed below, the list includes volunteers, interns and contract workers. Here are the bios of some of the key personalities behind CTR.
Warren Buckleitner is the Editor and Founder of Children’s Technology Review. After five years in the classroom and 10 years at the High/Scope (http://www.highscope.org/) Educational Research Foundation, he established Children’s Software Revue, earning him SIIA’s First Journalism Codie Award for “Best Software Reviewer.” He’s a Sr. Advisor to the Breteau Foundation and has been a contributor to the New York Times, an adviser to Consumer Reports WebWatch, a judge for the KAPi Awards, the Bologna Ragazzi Digital Prize and the Golden Lamp awards. He teaches at TCNJ, and has taught at MSU, NYU’s ITP program and at Rutgers GSE. A former preschool and elementary school teacher, he holds a BS in Elementary Education (cum laude), an MS in human development and a Ph.D. in educational psychology from Michigan State University. Warren is the founder of the Dust or Magic Institute (http://www.dustormagic.com/) and the Mediatech Foundation (http://www.mediatech.org/). He has two daughters and plays in a Dixieland jazz band (http://www.marshallsband.com/). Contact warren@childrenstech.com
Matthew DiMatteo is the Director of Publishing at Children’s Technology Review. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, with a Master’s degree in Entertainment Technology and a background in game design and digital media. Contact matt@childrenstech.com