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  • Enticing Teachers To Try Technology

    Technology is a marvelous tool for enhancing the curriculum, engaging the students, and bringing life to an antiquated classroom. Most educators will agree this premise is true. But how do you get teachers to take the leap and dive into technology integration in their classrooms?


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  • Plagiarism Detection Tool To Get LMS Integration

    iParadigms has unveiled Turnitin2, the latest version of its online tool for plagiarism detection and the encouragement of proper citation in student papers.

  • LanSchool Turns iOS Devices into Classroom Clickers

    Classroom management and monitoring software provider LanSchool Technologies released a mobile device app effectively turning an iPhone, iPad, or iPod into a student response clicker.

  • Edvance360 LMS Adds Browser Lockdown

    Edvance360 has updated its learning management system, Edvance360 LMS-SN, expanding course development and reporting features and adding in new learning outcome management tools.

  • Extron Debuts Convection-Cooled Rackmount Amps

    Extron Electronics has launched four new models in its XTRA series of 1U convection-cooled amplifiers, including two- and four-channel models, as well as two models supporting 70 volt speakers.

  • Massachusetts District To Launch Statewide Virtual School

    Greenfield Public Schools has partnered with K12 Inc. to launch the first full-time statewide virtual public school in Massachusetts. It's also described as the state's first "virtual 'Innovation School'" under new legislation designed to ease the way for districts to establish their own alternative education programs.

  • Plustek Rolls Out Portable Document Scanner

    Imaging device manufacturer Plustek has started shipping a new portable document scanner that can handle legal and A3-sized documents.

  • dataMetrics Adds STAR Assessments to TestWiz

    dataMetrics has partnered with Renaissance Learning to incorporate STAR assessments into its TestWiz test processing and reporting software.

  • Atom-Based Netbooks Go Dual-Core

    In an effort to narrow the performance gap between low-end netbooks and higher-end laptops, Intel this week rolled out an all-new Atom processor sporting two processing cores and twice the level-2 cache of its single-core sibling. Several manufacturers have already announced new dual-core Atom-based netbooks that are expected to ship in the coming weeks.