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Two prominent education technology-focused associations have teamed up to ask the Federal Communications Commission to extend service delivery dates for the Emergency Connectivity Fund.
Starting today, plagiarism detection software Turnitin includes new live AI-writing detection features that “identify the use of AI writing tools including ChatGPT, with 98% confidence,” the company said.
Several dozen educators were honored in recent weeks with awards from the National Science Teaching Association, the Council of Great City Schools, Curriculum Associates Inspire Award, Scholastic Teacher Fellow Cohort, and the National Alliance of Black School Educators.
Coming to Orlando, FL, Nov. 7-9, 2023, the new conference from the producers of Campus Technology and THE Journal will focus on cybersecurity and data practices across K–20 education.
ASUS has announced two new education laptop series: the BR1402 2-in-1 convertible laptops (the first of their kind at 14 inches), and the CR1102 (11-inch) Chromebooks, both in clamshell and flip versions.
The adoption of technology could facilitate student learning and social interaction. It could also ease the burdens on educators from staff shortages, according to a new report.
Despite an observed decrease at the network level of detected malware last quarter, ransomware at the endpoint level surged 627%, according to the latest Internet Security Report from data security provider WatchGuard. What's the explanation?
A French generative AI ed tech startup called Nolej (pronounced “knowledge”) has quietly launched a new OpenAI-based instructional content generator for educators, called Nolej AI, ahead of its official introduction at BETT in London on March 30 and a planned commercial debut at the ASU+GSV Summit on April 19, the company's chairman told THE Journal.
ViewSonic is launching an update to its UNIVERSE immersive 3D virtual learning platform for K–12 education.
New findings released today indicate a shortage of STEM faculty in high schools and middle schools.
Adopting Zero Trust is a multistep process and quite a journey for most K-12 institutions — but the journey isn’t necessarily linear.