Collaboration 2.0
Web 2.0 Strategies for Education


  • The Myths and Mechanics of Innovation

    Innovation is an abstraction to many of us, a word vaguely hinting at something new and good arising through inspired creativity, some invention born of "outside the box" thinking. But that perception--and the approach to innovation that it implies--is just one of the many reasons most of us fail at it.



  • The Future of E-Learning Is More Growth

    By virtually every measure, electronic learning is experiencing unprecedented growth and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. A new analysis and forecast released this month by research firm Ambient Insight bolstered previous research in this area, showing that electronic learning, by dollar volume, reached $27.1 billion in 2009 and predicting this figure will nearly double that by 2014, with academic institutions leading the way.

  • Pittsburgh Charter School To Test Project TEACH

    Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh Charter School (ULGPCS) has will beta test a new Web-based classroom management suite called Project TEACH (Together Everyone ACHieves) during the second half of the 2009-2010 school year.

  • NSTA, netTrekker Partner To Serve Up Science Teaching Resources

    The National Science Teachers Association has announced a joint effort with netTrekker to deploy professional development resources in science and engineering.

  • Tabula Digita Announces 2010 Educational Video Game Tourneys

    Educational video game maker Tabula Digita will begin holding its 2010 Megabowl tournaments March 12 in New York City. The three statewide tournaments, to be held this spring in New York, Texas, and Florida, will bring together elementary and middle school students from throughout each state in video game competitions that will challenge, above all else, their skills in a variety of mathematical topics.

  • Web Security Report Reveals Major Vulnerabilities

    Botnets are an increasingly efficient way to deliver malware; cyber criminal attacks via social networks like Twitter are an omnipresent threat; spam is increasing in both volume and severity. These are just a few of the conclusions that appear in the latest report from Web security products provider M86 Security.