Ed tech provider Livescribe has launched a new resource portal for K-12 to support instructors using interactive pens in the classroom.
The Algiers Charter Schools Association in New Orleans has added the DimensionU Learning System to the mathematics and literacy curriculum of its nine schools.
The Texas Afterschool Centers on Education has launched the Texas ACE Activity Collection, a database of after school activities.
Scholastic has released a new version of Grolier Online, the company's online database of nonfiction content for grades 3 and up.
Alexander Street Press is releasing an online library of more than 8,000 academic video titles and plans to expand their offerings to more than 10,000 this year and 20,000 by 2013.
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Carnegie Learning has released a preview of its Math Series, available as demonstration problems, video walkthroughs, and a text-sampling tool.
DreamBox Learning has released an administrator dashboard for use with the company's math software.
Skype has launched a global community for educators called Skype in the classroom. The free service is focused on connecting teachers from around the world to collaborate on learning activities and share expertise and resources.
Ed tech developer Cengage Learning has launched a new online learning platform. Called MindTap, the platform is designed to work across devices--traditional computers, smart phones, and tablets--to deliver coursework, learning management, and a range of educational materials.