Pearson has unveiled the latest version of its digital repository, Equella 6.2, which will be released soon.
Library leaders weigh in on last week's court decision to dismiss the long-running lawsuit over Google Books.
Ed tech developer OpenEd has released a new API that allows anyone to tap into its catalog of more than 250,000 standards-aligned digital resources for K-12.
Jen Mozen, organizer of Girl Develop It Chicago and delivery principal at Table XI, offers up pro tips and free resources to help you spark and sustain a child's interest in programming inside and outside the classroom.
Ed tech newcomer OpenEd has launched a new online resource that aims to be the largest catalog of Common Core-aligned videos and games on the Internet.
BookheadEd Learning has expanded the number of videos available in its StudySync Common Core literacy curriculum's library, SyncTV, to more than 100.
Khan Academy, the site that features free educational videos and resources for use by anybody, has just added a personal tutor capability that helps students figure out where to start their lessons and to know when they truly understand the concepts.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
CourseWorld has launched a free video library of educational videos focused entirely on arts and humanities materials.
- By Sharleen Nelson
Educational software creator Scientific Learning has unveiled a Web site that provides resources to help teachers and parents teach reading literacy and comprehension in grades K-12.
Alabama's Baldwin County Public Schools has adopted a digital content in an effort to support project-based learning, differentiated learning, and more.