FREDMAIL

AcronymDefinition
FREDMAILFree Educational Electronic Mail
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Using an Apple Macintosh running the CU-SeeME software by Cornell University that allows students to see each other on their video monitor, and FrEdMail software for composing and sending electronic mail messages, students have been communicating with each other regarding the progress of their research.
This is why, for example, a growing number of teachers and students participate in networked communities such as those formed on FrEdMail (a Free Educational electronic mail network initiated and maintained by teachers throughout the U.S.) or on electronic mail lists on the Internet, or on the hundreds of newsgroups, on USENET and K-12Net.
Many commercial information utilities such as America Online and nonprofit networking communities such as FrEdMail, FidoNet, and National Public Telecommunications Network have established at least an electronic-mail level of connectivity with Internet, and they all are used at least partly for learning and teaching activities, formal and informal.