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Learning Resources


Turnitin Launches Teaching Tool to Evaluate Online Sources

Turnitin has released Source Educational Evaluation Rubric, an evaluation tool designed to help writing students determine the academic quality of the Internet sources cited in their research papers.

Sophia Offers New Math Resource for Middle School Students

New tutorial series aims to help middle school students bolster math skills.

3 Organizations Band Together To Assist Michigan's Lowest Performing Schools

Compass Learning, Agilix Labs, and School Improvement Network are working together to provide the five percent of lowest performing schools in Michigan with a centralized portal that includes a student-centered learning system and resources for teacher effectiveness.

NewPath Creates Interactive Online Learning Program for K-12

NewPath Learning, a developer of supplemental education products for K-12 classrooms, has launched a new, free standards-based online learning program with interactive multimedia lessons in science, math, language arts, and social studies.

Gale Adds More National Geographic Content to Virtual Library

Instructors, librarians, students, and researchers will have access to a new collection of books, articles, videos, maps, and other resources culled from the collection of National Geographic.

Accelerated Math Live Adds Online Scoring, New Content

Renaissance Learning has unveiled an update to its personalized math program, Accelerated Math.

Training Was Key to Oregon's Statewide Google Apps Implementation

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.

California Elementary School Launches Math Lab

California's Robert Gisler Elementary School has opened a math lab intended to help increase interest in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Eleutian Turns to Oxford Content for English Language Courses

Oxford University Press, a department of the university, will be releasing a new English language teaching service for delivering daily lessons through videoconferencing.

Birmingham Schools Try First in Math for K-8

A sizable district in Alabama has been running a 2012-2013 pilot to motivate students using an online math skills portal.

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