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Teaching in a socially networked classroom

Let’s face it: Social networking is here to stay. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter, or the next application to come along, social networking is a part of students' lives. So, how…

House GOP stops major science, technology bill

It was strike two for a major science funding bill on May 19 as House Republicans again united to derail legislation they said was too expensive.…

Stakeholders fight for ed-tech funds

Computer-based testing, online high school courses, instructional data systems, and a dropout reengagement program that uses a blended model of instruction are just some of the uses of federal ed-tech…

Parents get help in choosing an online learning program

A new guide offers parents a roadmap in their quest to find the right online-learning program for their child.…

Librarians weigh in on national ed-tech plan

School libraries are an important resource that should be leveraged as state and local leaders implement the recommendations in the National Education Technology Plan, the American Library Association (ALA) says.…

Videos highlight successful school reform

To help local leaders with their own school-reform efforts, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has produced a new series of online videos highlighting successful school improvements from districts across…

UNC expects to save $100K through eBilling

Paying bills online is nothing new for 20-somethings, but the University of North Carolina’s elimination of traditional snail mail in sending out tuition bills means students will have to grant…

New AV systems offer sharp images, ‘green’ projection

New design techniques that can heighten a projector’s contrast without sacrificing brightness, and eco-friendly projectors that eliminate the need for costly mercury lamps, are among the many recent developments in…

Are video games the answer to college counseling shortage?

With college counseling dwindling in public schools, University of Southern California researchers have created a video game that lets student simulate the application process in all its complexity. …

Texas college teams up with digital signage industry

Students enrolled in Texas State Technical College’s Digital Signage Technology program will be able to network with digital signage professionals and stay up to date with the latest in interactive…