Each of the 300-plus test items in the collection will contain electronic links to national and state content standards, with clarification statements breaking down standards into key ideas.
What does EL stand for?
EL stands for Electronic Links (Internet)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of EL
We have 39 other meanings of EL in our Acronym Attic
- Edit Links (Internet)
- Education Level
- Educational Leadership
- Elastic Limit (tensile testing)
- Electric Light
- Electric Logs (Oil Industry Old Term)
- Electric Start-Long Shaft (boat motors)
- Electrical Load
Samples in periodicals archive:
On a daily basis, the system's 23,000 users take advantage of LEO's various Web sites and electronic links, as well as its e-mail and distance learning capabilities, to stay abreast of relevant law enforcement issues; to establish or maintain contact with peers, colleagues, or experts in various fields; or to receive training on a wide range of topics.
C/net, the computer network and Web site, offered a radio report on the case that could be replayed through special software, as well as electronic links to important sources and free-speech decisions.
Electronic Links International recently announced the introduction of its 1394-over-coax adapter based on and incorporating Pulse-LINK's CWave technology.
They also envision establishment of a world-class university library system, plus electronic links to public schools in the region.
Agents and brokers are pleased that insurers are upgrading electronic links between companies and producers, but say that emphasizing automation without human support will turn them away, according to a new survey conducted of Best's Review subscribers.
Sykes created electronic links for the entire supply chain at Levi Strauss, including Britannia Division as well as developing and implementing supply chain technology for Levi Strauss globally, decreasing costs by 40 percent.
It features excerpts from articles and provides electronic links so users can quickly assess information and apply it to their pharmacy management strategies.