District Cloud Computing
K-12 Education and the Cloud


Is your district using technology systemically and innovatively?

Then you should apply for the Sylvia Charp Award! Sponsored by T.H.E. Journal and ISTE, this annual award recognizes a school district that has shown effectiveness and innovation in the application of technology district-wide. The winning district will be honored at ISTE 2013 and receive $2000 for travel to the conference in San Antonio, June 23-26. Click here for more information about criteria and how to apply.

Cloud News

  • Online Guides Help Teachers Flip Their Classrooms

    A variety of cloud resources can help teachers who have (or are planning to) reverse the traditional learning sequence.

  • Carrying Banned Website Awareness Beyond October

    News stories about dictatorial governments “shutting down” the internet can reinforce awareness of the relatively unrestricted access U.S. citizens have to the web. But there is a day in October that highlights the lack of freedom some people here endure. Called Banned Websites Awareness Day and sponsored by the American Association of School Libraries, the purpose of this day is to encourage “school librarians and other educators to promote an awareness of how overly restrictive filtering affects student learning.”

  • Adobe To Add Behance Online Portfolio Service into Creative Cloud

    Adobe Systems has just entered the online design portfolio business with the purchase of privately held Behance.

  • CoSN and SchoolDude Survey the Cloud

    Their sixth annual K-12 IT benchmarking survey aims to “uncover the unique challenges facing IT professionals working in U.S. public school districts today,” according to a press release from SchoolDude.

  • Learnist Brings Content Curation to Education

    With so much information accessible on the internet, organizing all of it into a manageable and usable form has been up to individual users, until now.


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