Digital Media

Young Filmmakers Find Their Voices

The Adobe Youth Voices Summit brings young people from around the world to learn about digital media tools, create videos, and learn how to tell stories that pack a punch.

Why My Six-Year-Olds Blog (And Why Your Students Should, Too)

In a digital world, learners of every age should be taking their first steps toward establishing an online presence. One author shares the compelling reasons why.

Adobe Adapts Education Licensing for New Creative Cloud

Adobe today revealed that it's abandoning its decade-old Creative Suite in favor of Creative Cloud. As part of the transition, the company is also revamping its education licensing for primary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions.

Pearson Integrates Equella Digital Repository with Echo360

Schools and institutions using Echo360 lecture capture technology will soon have a new way to manage and publish recorded content.

Knovation To Integrate SideVibe Assignment Publishing Tool

Knovation, which provides digital standards-based content and search tools for the classroom, has acquired SideVibe from Basis Applied Technology.

Florida Schools Deploy District-Wide Digital Blended Learning Platform

A central Florida school district plans to implement a cost-effective, integrated learning platform to deliver digital curriculum to its 40,000 district-wide students.

ShareStream Integrates Video with Desire2Learn's Learning Environment

ShareStream recently unveiled a new version of its video extension for teaching and learning that integrates with Desire2Learn's learning management system, Learning Environment.

Digital Learning Day Activities To Take Place Nationwide Feb. 6

More than 20,000 teachers and 4 million students from all 50 states and the District of Columbia will take part in the second annual Digital Learning Day, which takes place Feb. 6.

Tech Smackdown: 10 Cool Teacher Tools

This year's FETC's technology smackdown offered plenty of free and cheap gadgets and services that imaginative teachers will have fun with in the classroom.

Is It Really Hip to Flip?

"Try it! You might like it!" is not a sufficient reason for initiating flipped instruction. What are the questions educators should be asking in order to ensure the best outcomes for students?

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