Digital Media


A Sobering Survey

Nothing to LOL About

Brunswick County Schools (NC) is no enclave for technophobes. Students in all grades have full freedom to visit instructional websites, construct web pages, experiment with digital media, and participate in online educational activities.

A Revolution on Hold

Whoever brought into the vernacular the principle of “Go big or go home” didn’t account for the K-12 community, where action tends to come little by little.

Grade School Fabrication Printer Project Gets MacArthur Funding

A project out of the University of Virginia to get young children comfortable with engineering has been selected as one of 10 winners in a MacArthur Digital Media and Learning Competition. The project, called Fab@School, is intended to teach K-12 students about mathematical analysis and modeling, digital fabrication, and engineering by allowing them to fabricate 3D copies of objects that they've designed themselves.

Allen ISD Centralizes Digital Media Management

Allen Independent School District in Texas is moving to a digital media management system that lets users schedule and control all classroom media devices from a single interface.

Connecticut District Expands Digital Curriculum Resources

Connecticut's Groton Public Schools is expanding its use of digital teaching tools. The district is in the process of ramping up digital resources for classroom instruction, including streaming media, virtual science labs, and other technologies.

New Cisco Media Server Performs Speech-to-Text Conversion

Cisco Systems is reaching deeper into the education segment with the launch of two new products, one a video media processor that adds the ability to convert audio to text for captioning and the other a social video system for creating "video communities."

MN School Incorporates New System into HD Video Production Curriculum

Eagan High School in Eagan, MN has deployed the Broadcast Pix Slate 1000 video production system as a key part of its video production skills instruction curriculum.

A Virtual Ticket to Ride

When Traci Blazosky took her first-grade students out to study frogs last winter, they didn’t just take a short walk along the river. They traveled to five continents, studied several types of frogs in their natural habitats, and even listened as a frog and a toad “blabberized” to each other. Yet they never stepped foot outside their classroom.

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