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If you are considering using handhelds in your classroom, you have a number of things to consider: (1) equipment management; (2) student contracts for out of class use;(3) tutorials;(4) curriculum integration, (4)success stories; and (5) current research on handheld effectiveness. To help teachers learn more about classroom use of handhelds, the Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum (OETC, formerly known as Oregon Educational Technology Consortium) has worked in conjunction with the South Lane and Eugene 4J School Districts, both of which are recipients of U.S. Department of Education, Enhancing Education Through Technology (Ed Tech) grants to develop the Northwest Handheld Project http://www.nwhandheld.org). Palm handheld computers are being used in classrooms across America in creative ways to engage students in learning. The applications reviewed in this article represent a very small portion of the thousands of programs available to Palm-using educators.