Stratasys has launched a 3D printing curriculum for secondary and post-secondary students.
The Bradfield Company has released a new episode of it transliteracy resource, Inanimate Alice, and a new pilot program for schools and districts with 1-to-1 computing programs.
“Personalized learning” is rapidly gaining popularity in the United States. In our blog we cast a critical eye on this specific use of technology in education. Cutting to the chase — and answering the question in the blog’s title — no.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
New tech tools that give students control over their music also inspire them to create and innovate.
Universal Design for Learning can make your lessons more accessible and your lesson-planning more fun.
- By Stephen Noonoo
Western Governors University has launched a new online master's degree program for students who want to become English teachers in middle schools or high schools.
The program recognizes 100 applicants in the U.S. who are incorporating digital media into their classrooms and serving as leaders in educational technology.
- By Christopher Piehler
A recent study suggested that taking online classes especially benefits students' "self-regulatory behaviors," which are important for success in higher education. Time management and the coordination of "distributed" or study groups surfaced as being particularly important.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
EBSCO has integrated EasyBib in an effort to make it easy to export citation data from EBSCO resources to EasyBib tools.
Christie is adding three high-brightness 1-chip DLP projectors to its Q Series line.