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Be astute as you search for a doctoral program. The program here at Miss. State is the result of having become frustrated by searching among other graduate programs. For example, I almost(!) went to Florida State to get the doctorate, but found them so heavily couched in the psychological side of studies (and almost NOOOOO applications) that I decided to venture elsewhere. At Miss. State, we are heavily engaged in and deeply concerned that our students get practical, down-to-earth, hands-on experiences. As a matter of fact, just last week, we were able to see one grad student complete a project that led to his having a videodisc produced. We expect to have grad students directing projects this next semester that will yield more videodiscs and some CD-ROMS. By Christmas of next year, we plan to have a showing of what students have developed. Not all our students are education types -- some are military and some are involved with industrial training. Much more can be said, but I think MSU has a wonderful setting for study. Larry S. Anderson, Ed.D. email@example.com Department of Technology & Education and Director, Instructional Technology Mississippi State University