Pacific University & The Berglund Center for Internet Studies
Pacific University, founded in 1849, is a nationally recognized university devoted to excellence in teaching and learning. It enrolls over 3,000 students in 36 fields of study at the undergraduate level and 12 graduate programs.
The Berglund Center at Pacific University facilitates both theoretical discussion and practical action relating to the impact of the Internet upon individuals and their communities worldwide. It studies the effects of the Internet on the ways we work, communicate, teach, and learn. The Berglund Center for Internet Studies was endowed by a generous gift from Pacific University alumni Drs. Mary and James Berglund of La Jolla, California.
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) is a leading public broadcasting station serving 1.5 million residents of Oregon and southwest Washington and supported by 115,000 member households. OPB produces award-winning news and entertainment programming and multimedia materials for students, teachers, and learners in informal settings. OPB's regionally focused programs include Think Out Loud, Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Art Beat, and Oregon Experience, as well as online news and blogs, found at www.opb.org. OPB co-produces the PBS primetime program History Detectives and produces and presents a number of limited series and specials for the PBS primetime schedule. Working with national academic experts, educators, and evaluators, OPB produces an array of multimedia curriculum and courses in the humanities and sciences for middle and high school students as well as teacher professional development.