Revision with unchanged content. Teachers’ technology background (skills) and their acceptability (attitudes) towards Internet usage within the schools are an important and often overlooked component of successful curriculum integration of technology. If teachers do not have the appropriate attitude and skills with integrating technological resource tools to support their curriculum, they will not be adequately equipped with diverse supplementary curricula to address the learning needs of students. This places students at risk for not being able to achieve their maximum potential because they have not been given instructions to match their learning styles. Five hypotheses were developed to determine any significant differences in how teachers utilize the Internet as a curriculum resource tool. The book is addressed to professionals in instructional technology like teachers, administrators, and curriculum coordinators in elementary and middle grade levels. It is also directed to rural and sub-rural school districts seeking to implement technology goals in their school improvement plans.