Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary
Main Entry: tes.ti.mo.ny. Pronunciation: 'tes-t&-"mO-nE. Function: noun. Inflected Form(s): plural -nies. Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin & Latin; Late Latin testimonium Decalogue, from Latin, evidence, witness, from testis witness -- more at TESTAMENT. Date: 14th century 1 a (1) : the tablets inscribed with the Mosaic law (2) : the ark containing the tablets b : a divine decree attested in the Scriptures 2 a : firsthand authentication of a fact : EVIDENCE b : an outward sign c : a solemn declaration usually made orally by a witness under oath in response to interrogation by a lawyer or authorized public official 3 a : an open acknowledgment b : a public profession of religious experience

CIITN Testimony
Hannah: November 2007 ... echt cool ... auch sehr nuetzlich
Jessica: January 2006 ... expressed concern ... invited students to grow ...
Evan: August 2005 ... meets [student] demographics ... continued collaboration ...
Laura: January 2005 ... grading reflects effort ... instilled a belief in lifelong learning! ...
Melissa: November 2004 ... engaging student interest ... environmental science ...
Brett: September 2004 ... continued interest ... sharing resources ...
Anne-Marie: April 2004 ... CIITN prepares for MCAT ...
David: Fall 2003 ... helped MCAT ... exciting ...
Tracie: June 2003 ... learned a great deal about myself ...
Allison: May 2003 ... confidence in ability ... love for science ...
Charles: March 2003 ... resistance overcome ... dissent & persuasion ...
Mona: Fall 2001 ... use of internet is amazing ... material applies to life ...

Barbara O'Connor, CSUS: Fall 2004 ... integration with ICT literacy ...
Judith Ramaley, NSF: Spring 2004 ... science and culture ...
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