Teachers use Pinterest to make cloud-based learning fun.
A professor of educational technology has launched an Arabic and English language network that allows individuals to produce and share video presentations online for free.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
An online video crowdsourcing platform, which was recently launched to provide free multimedia content for high school classrooms, has added a homework assignment tool.
Innovative preK-12 teachers who find new ways to improve student learning are invited to enter the 2012 Teacher Innovator Awards competition sponsored by Dearborn, MI-based The Henry Ford and PBS Learning Media.
- By Mike Hohenbrink
Online video editing platform WeVideo has created a range of special pricing plans and discounts for the education market, including a free service for teachers and students.
At an ISTE 2012 kick-off event in San Diego Saturday, Discovery Education and the Adobe Foundation formally launched a partnership aimed at integrating digital media content creation into teaching and learning.
New functionalities in Sonic Foundry's Mediasite platform are designed to enable users to better create, manage, and distribute their content.
New camera system introduced at InfoComm enables single-camera live shoots then feeds content to multiple media outlets.
Copyright licensing agency Motion Picture Licensing Corp. (MPLC) has debuted a new umbrella license for K-12 day schools that allows public performance of motion pictures on campus inside and outside the classroom.
Adobe has announced Creative Suite 6, a major update to the company's professional digital media production suite, which includes Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and Flash. The company has also released details about its upcoming Creative Cloud offering, including education subscription pricing.