Our panel of experts determines which ed tech devices and practices are heating up, and which are losing steam, in 2013.
How one district is using videoconferencing to bolster both course offerings and enrollment in two of its high schools.
- By Joseph Rapposelli
Educators and students, with beginner or advanced coding skills, will soon be able to build--and share--3D applications.
Educators using Kurzweil 3000 learning software have a new way to archive print materials.
A Canadian university has unveiled a new 10.7-inch, paper-thin tablet-like device that users can control through traditional gestures or by moving or bending its flexible display.
For "community of practice" expert Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, the
first steps toward improving teachers' professional development
are bringing them together and keeping them interested.
- By Stephen Noonoo
A new era in mobile devices is dawning: Acer has announced the $99 Android 7-inch tablet. Is BYOD still relevant?
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
Two years ago, Oregon became the nation's first statewide Google Docs adopter, and Crook County High School jumped on board. What started as a new e-mail system quickly evolved into a full-blown Google products rollout.
Adaptive Curriculum has launched the first four in a series of Windows 8 apps that provide interactive lessons in math and science for middle and high school students.
Today’s librarians have to know things like responsible use policies and how to guide students in the effective use of the internet for research. For schools trying to incorporate technology into the curriculum these educators are key, because they speak the language of technology and education.