K-12 Technology News

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Community College Pilot Studying Use of Lecture Capture Impact on Outcomes

An organization that works with community colleges and their students to help them succeed will be testing the use of lecture capture to improve outcomes.

Chalkable Launches Platform To Streamline Personalized Learning

Chalkable has launched a new digital learning platform, Chalkable Study Center, designed to bring together information, content and other tools for personalized learning.

Mimio Offers Free Tech Webinars for Administrators and Teachers

Topics will include how to get funding for classroom technology, the science behind technology’s positive effects on learning, practical tips for improving engagement and collaboration, and facilitating real-time assessment.

Sycamore Education Integrates More Features With Google Apps for Education

Sycamore Education has added more features to its student information system designed to improve integrate with Google Apps for Education.

Oklahoma District Adopts New SIS To Ease State Compliance

Lawton Public Schools will begin using Infinite Campus’ District Edition SIS in the summer of 2016.

Montana Students Tackle Digital Music Composition

Darby High School in Darby, MT, has begun the new school year with a new digital music lab designed to teach students, beginning in the eighth grade, to be music producers.

New NEC Projectors Aim To Enhance Collaboration

NEC Display Solutions of America has introduced two new short-throw projectors designed to allow more collaboration among users.

Survey: Parents on Board with Adaptive Digital Learning

The vast majority of parents welcome adaptive digital learning as part of their children's classroom learning experience, according to a survey from McGraw-Hill Education.

Dual Enrollment Program Allows High School Students to Earn College Credit Online

A new partnership between the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and the Community College of Beaver County allows high school students to experience college-level courses and earn college credits.

Cumberland County Schools Adopts Distance Learning for AP Courses, Credit Recovery

Cumberland County Schools is expanding its "Global Communications Network," an initiative that allows students to virtually enroll in Advanced Placement, honors and credit recovery courses.

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