A statewide open educational resources program in Utah is piloting digital learning content for science instruction in grades 3-12.
Schools that use both netTrekker and Safari Montage now have the ability to access educational resources through both services using a single federated search.
Gale has added 10 new resources, comprising millions of pages, to its digital collections program for academic libraries.
Palo Alto Unified School District has recently gone public with its deployment of an online programming curriculum.
Net Texts has launched a Chrome extension that allows teachers to download courses and units created from open educational resources.
Odysseyware is releasing a series of new learning resources and courses, including Common Core curricula, several virtual labs, test prep tools and a library of blended learning videos.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association has released a new policy brief addressing the accessibility of digital instructional resources.
Albuquerque Public Schools has replaced its former textbook inventory system with a real-time, Web-based textbook and instructional materials management system.
Only 17 percent of high schools do not currently offer any online classes and more than 40 percent are offering online courses in English language arts, history, math or science, according to the latest report from Project Tomorrow's Speak Up report.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association has partnered with Creative Commons United States to release a policy brief on the effective and legal use of digital content created by teachers.