Web program a winner for college athletes

A new web-based information system, called myPlaybook, aims to demystify the NCAA’s drug policy for college athletes and help them make good choices.

David Wyrick, a researcher and professor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro who helped create the program, sat through the "Just Say No" lectures about the dangers of drug use during his college basketball days at Elon. Yet, when it came to NCAA drug guidelines and testing, Wyrick knew he didn’t have a clue.

"I didn’t know what we were getting tested for," he said in a telephone interview. "I didn’t know why I was peeing in this cup."

myPlaybook outlines drug-testing requirements, details substances banned by the NCAA, and provides outreach for athletes in the struggle to make good choices. A pilot program took place in about 60 Division II schools last fall. The results were so promising that the 12 Southern Conference members will be the first in Division I to test myPlaybook this year.

The NCAA greenlighted the Division I study.

"It’s really the only program out there that is targeted to NCAA athletes [and] was created with NCAA policy in mind," said Mary Wilfert, the NCAA’s associate director for health and safety. "So I think that’s one of the reasons we’re feeling pretty good about this resource for our student athletes."

If Wyrick has his wish, college athletes will access myPlaybook to get information he never had at Elon. He remembers shuffling off to a gym bathroom for postgame drug tests and leaving with questions. What was his sample screened for? How were tests processed? What were the consequences for those who failed?

The NCAA requires athletes to sign a testing consent form, which says they’ve learned what’s allowed and what’s forbidden. "Almost across the board, the only education going on about those banned substances was giving [students] a list, which doesn’t tell them anything," Wyrick said.

Wyrick brought his concerns into his research. "I always knew I wanted to do something specific for athletes," he said.

He and his research partner, Melodie Fearnow-Kenney, created a course tailored for athletes suddenly dropped into the frenzied world of college classes and NCAA regulations.

Participants log in to an online, hour-long course. There’s a video about NCAA banned substances, drug education, and testing.

A series of exercises follow. An athlete is quizzed on the differences between drug classes such as diuretics and urine manipulators, street drugs or steroids. They are given real-life scenarios they might face as a new student, like reacting to peer pressure from older athletes on using drugs or alcohol.

They get instant feedback about their choices and recommendations to learn more. There’s also a recap of the course and other resources they can use for follow-up questions or research.

In the Division II study, more than 2,800 mostly first-year student athletes took part. The results, published in March, showed that student-athlete knowledge on drug use and how it affected their sports career increased, as did awareness of NCAA banned substances.

The simplicity, anonymity, and early effectiveness of myPlaybook won over Southern Conference administrators and coaches, league commissioner John Iamarino said.

The athletes will voluntarily participate and finish at their pace. It is not, he said, a backdoor attempt to uncover drug cheats.

"They sign up, but it’s kind of at their will, which I think is a good way to learn," Iamarino said. "It’s internet based, so you can kind of be a little bit more anonymous."

Athletes also can be updated through booster programs using social networks. "We can have access to them for a longer time," Wyrick said. "With the technology, you can stay in touch with these student-athletes throughout their whole college experience."

The NCAA says more pilot studies are ahead before a mass rollout of myPlaybook. Wyrick said the NCAA plans to offer 40 $2,000 grants for schools interested in using myPlaybook. "They’re going to get bombarded," he predicted.

myPlaybook likely won’t replace expert lecturers or one-on-one talks with school counselors in advancing the NCAA’s anti-drug message. But Wilfert says Wyrick’s program brings the informational fight to popular social media networks young athletes have mastered.

"We don’t want to put it out there as the only means of addressing those issues," she said. "But we think it does provide that standardized, foundational information NCAA student athletes need to have."





How To Find The Right Blogging Platform For Your Needs

Choosing which blogging platform to use is one of the most important decisions that you can make as a blogger. The right platform can make blogging a breeze, and the wrong platform can make blogging a chore. Because the program that you use to blog with is such a powerful part of your blogging experience, it is well worth putting in the time to find a platform that provides your ideal balance between a user-friendly interface and a flexible framework that allows you to make your blog look and feel unique. Finding the right platform isn’t always easy, but with a little bit of contemplation and a little bit of research, you will be on your way to finding the perfect blogging platform.



Deciding what your priorities are in terms of ease of use versus customization. Most highly customizable blogging platforms, like moveable type, are a bit more difficult to use than very automated platforms like wordpress. If you are new to blogs and to internet technology, you might want to sacrifice the ability to create a custom background design or to integrate a unique font into your template in order to find a program that will be easy for you to use. On the other hand, if you are a veteran web designer with knowledge of html or javascript, you will probably find the limitations of a user-friendly platform to be frustrating.


There is no such thing as a blogging platform that is objectively the best platform, because every blogger has unique needs. The blogging movement is very much about individuality, so it makes plenty of sense that there would be many different platforms available that are designed to meet the needs of different kinds of individuals undertaking different kinds of projects. This diversity is a good thing, because it means that you will almost certainly be able to find a program that suits your level of technical aptitude.



However, the fact that no two bloggers need the same thing from a blogging platform can make your search for the right platform a bit tricky. When you are reading reviews of different platforms, try to keep your priorities in mind and do your best to take into account the position that the reviewer is coming from. For example, a negative review written by an accomplished software designer who complains that a popular platform is too limited may tell you that the platform in question is ideal for a beginning blogger. There is no such thing as the perfect platform for everybody, so instead of looking for the "best" platform, look for the best platform for your specific criteria.



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A gift to make him grin

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BTX Named Distributor for APC Power Management Products for the Professional A/V Industry

HAWTHORNE, N.Y. ? July 27, 2009 ? BTX Technologies, a global value-added distributor and manufacturer of interface and integration products, today announced that it has been selected as distributor for APC by Schneider Electric. APC is a global leader in the design and manufacture of power protection solutions including high-performance components for the professional A/V industry. BTX will promote and sell APC’s power management products to professional A/V integrators in the United States.

Designed for all environments from residential to commercial A/V installations, APC’s comprehensive line of integrated power management solutions provides superior protection against power irregularities that lead to downtime, data loss, and component damage. Recognizing that 24/7 availability means increased energy use, APC delivers energy-efficient battery back-UPS, power filters, and surge protectors purposefully designed to cut electricity costs — all the while minimizing carbon footprint.

"We are excited to begin distributing APC’s line of power management products specifically designed for A/V applications and look forward to making these comprehensive solutions more available to our discerning customers," said Greg Schwartz, president of BTX Technologies. "Our goal is to provide A/V professionals with the tools they need to bring the best A/V experience possible to their clients. With almost 30 years of setting the standard in the industry for quality, innovation, and support, we believe APC is a perfect fit in helping us meet this objective."

"APC is excited to work with BTX Technologies to offer customers products to protect and enhance their A/V experience," said Bryan West, vice president of channels, APC. "Partnering with BTX Technologies allows APC to reach a larger breadth of customers to offer reliable and energy-efficient products for all of their A/V needs."

Effective immediately, BTX will carry APC’s power management solutions and will offer live demos and dealer training sessions around the country.  

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About APC by Schneider Electric
APC by Schneider Electric, a global leader in critical power and cooling services, provides industry leading product, software, and systems for home, office, data center, and factory floor applications. Backed by the strength, experience, and wide network of Schneider Electric’s Critical Power & Cooling Services, APC delivers well-planned, flawlessly installed and maintained solutions throughout their lifecycle. Through its unparalleled commitment to innovation, APC delivers pioneering, energy efficient solutions for critical technology and industrial applications. In 2007, Schneider Electric acquired APC and combined it with MGE UPS Systems to form Schneider Electric’s Critical Power & Cooling Services Business Unit, which recorded 2008 revenue of €2,6 billion (including APC-MGE sales of $3.7 billion) and employed 12,000 people worldwide. APC solutions include uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), precision cooling units, racks, physical security, and design and management software, including APC’s InfraStruXure architecture, the industry’s most comprehensive integrated power, cooling, and management solution. Schneider Electric, with 114,000 employees and operations in 100 countries, achieved sales of €18,3 billion in 2008. Visit www.apc.com for additional information.

About BTX Technologies, Inc.
BTX Technologies is the premier manufacturer and value-added distributor of professional-grade products used to interface and integrate A/V, broadcast, home theater, data, and security systems. Celebrating its 41st anniversary, BTX combines award-winning, cutting-edge solutions with unmatched technical knowledge and customer service to bring innovation and value to its customers. Call 800-666-0996 to request a free catalog or visit BTX at www.btx.com

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Richmond, the American International University in London, Selects SunGard Higher Education to Enhance Self Service and Communication for Constituents

MALVERN, Pa. – July 27, 2009 –Richmond, the American International University in London, is collaborating with SunGard Higher Education in an initiative to help streamline administrative processes, improve communication and collaboration, and manage institutional priorities. Richmond AIUL will use the PowerCAMPUS Unified Digital Campus (UDC) to improve the education experience by providing single sign-on, secure and real-time Internet access to information for students, faculty and administrators.

Dr. Ian Newbould, president at Richmond AIUL, commented, The University’s most compelling characteristic is its long standing emphasis on globalization, international relations, world awareness and cultural diversity. Our student population enables a rich interchange both within and beyond the classroom, andthe PowerCAMPUS UDC will help Richmond facilitate an improved communications strategy for the entire community. We intend for this to lead to an enhanced service for students including greater efficiency and access across the whole of the institution.”
Customers in 12 countries around the world have selected the PowerCAMPUS UDC to support their institutional needs. Richmond AIUL is the second American College Overseas (ACO) to select SunGard Higher Education’s PowerCAMPUS solution. Franklin College Switzerland was the first.
Built on Microsoft technologies and integrated with Microsoft Dynamics GP, the PowerCAMPUS UDC solution helps institutions respond to new demands for improved accountability, performance and productivity.  By automating core processes such as admissions, academic records, advancement, billing and cash receipts, financial aid, finance and human resources, as well as improving interactions with portal and self-service tools for everyone across the campus, the PowerCAMPUS UDC helps institutions deliver the kind of learning experience that can transform lives.
Some of the new online services Richmond plans to provide through the PowerCAMPUS UDC include enrollment management, online registration, automated scheduling, online degree audits, and integration with learning management, document management and other campus systems.
”We are pleased to see Richmond AIUL join the growing global PowerCAMPUS community,” said Renee Pacini, vice president of PowerCAMPUS, SunGard Higher Education.  “Working together, we will help Richmond realize its strategic goals of information delivery, improved service and a collaborative community to support the endeavors and success of its constituents.”
About Richmond the American International University in London
Richmond educates a multi-cultural student body from over 100 countries in the American liberal arts tradition, and provides its students with the intellectual and personal skills that will enable them to exercise influence and succeed in an increasingly interdependent and evolving world. The University is accredited in the US, and its degrees are validated by the Open University in Great Britain.
The University prepares to graduate students who possess a world perspective and awareness that includes an understanding of cultural distinctions. An internationally minded faculty encourages the ability to communicate effectively so that graduates are well positioned to assume leadership responsibilities in careers in which issues with global implications are addressed. 
About SunGard Higher Education
SunGard Higher Education provides software and support, systems implementation and integration, strategic consulting, and technology management services to help colleges and universities build, unify, and manage their digital campuses.  Bringing together people, processes, and technology, SunGard Higher Education assists 1,600 higher education organizations around the world, including colleges, universities, campuses, foundations, state systems, central and district officesto strengthen institutional performance through improved constituent services, increased accountability, and better educational experiences.  www.sungardhe.com.
About SunGard
SunGard is one of the world’s leading software and IT services companies.  SunGard serves more than 25,000 customers in more than 70 countries, including the world’s 25 largest financial services companies.

SunGard provides software and processing solutions for financial services, higher education and the public sector.   SunGard also provides disaster recovery services, managed IT services, information availability consulting services and business continuity management software.

With annual revenue exceeding $5 billion, SunGard is ranked 435 on the Fortune 500 and is the largest privately held business software and services company on the Forbes list of private businesses. Based on information compiled by Datamonitor*, SunGard is the third largest provider of business applications software after Oracle and SAP. Continuity, Insurance & Risk has recognized SunGard as service provider of the year an unprecedented six times.  For more information, please visit SunGard at www.sungard.com.

*January 2009 Technology Vendors Financial Database Tracker

Trademark Information: SunGard, the SunGard logo and PowerCAMPUS are trademarks or registered trademarks of SunGard Data Systems Inc. or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries. All other trade names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

New online games aim to make science fun

To help stem the tide of apathy toward science and make it more engaging and relevant for students, Tabula Digita , developer of the DimensionM series of educational video games for math, has releasing a new immersive online game series for science. Called "The League of Scientists," the series is being offered for free to students in grades three through five. It allows students to compete against each other in a series of multi-player games, constructed around a standards-based science curriculum. The League of Scientists currently includes four interactive games: Lab Rat Race, Beaker Blast, Butterfly Boss, and Circuit Center, with additional games planned. Provided by the International Society for Technology in Education, the science content can be chosen based on a teacher¹s desire to introduce or practice life science, earth and space science, or physical science concepts. "We are catching students right at the point when in engagement in science fades," said Ntiedo Etuk, chief executive officer and co-founder of Tabula Digita. "By providing a fun, out-of-school method for students to build and review their knowledge, we hope to keep science fun and engaging for students." http://www.theleagueofscientists.com


PCI Education Names Randy Pennington Executive VP, Sales & Marketing

SAN ANTONIO (July 27, 2009) – PCI Education, the number one provider of resources for students with special needs, announces the appointment of Randy Pennington as Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing.  In this newly created role, Pennington will oversee sales and marketing for the company and report to Lee Wilson, President and CEO.

“Randy is a creative thought leader whose teams consistently drive growth and profitability,” said Wilson.  “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Randy at several other companies including Harcourt, Pearson and Apple.  Randy knows how to blend creativity, innovation and data-driven decisions into a winning mix.”

Pennington is a highly respected industry veteran with a long track record of success.  Most recently, he served as Vice President & National Sales Manager at Scholastic’s Classroom and Library Division.  Prior to joining Scholastic, Pennington held similar positions with Harcourt Achieve, Pearson Learning Group, Compass Learning, and Computer Curriculum Corporation.  He also has a strong marketing background, with experience as Director of K-12 Marketing at Apple Computer, and as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Chancery Software and EdPoint.

“PCI Education is unique in the market; the company’s programs and services are focused on improving the educational experience of students with special needs.  Educators are looking for classroom resources that blend academics with life skills,” said Pennington.  “As the largest provider of resources for students with special needs, PCI Education addresses this critical market need through programs such as the PCI Reading Program and others that teach academics using life skills related examples.”

Pennington began his career in education as a physics teacher, before becoming a high school principal.  After nearly 15 years as a teacher and principal, he served as Director of Educational Technology for the Georgia Department of Education.

Pennington earned a master’s degree in educational administration from Georgia State University, and a bachelor’s degree in science education and physics from Valdosta State University.

For more information on PCI Education, visit www.pcieducation.com.

About PCI Education
PCI Education offers more than 7,500 instructional materials for a wide range of students with special needs, including learning differences as well intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism, mental retardation and Down’s syndrome.  In addition, the company’s products are used in English language learner and adult literacy classes, and to help students performing below grade level.  Based in San Antonio, PCI Education has been helping educators lead students to success in school, at home and in the community since 1991.  For more information, visit www.pcieducation.com or phone 800-594-4263.

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For more information:
–Nicole Horne, PCI Education, 800-594-4263, ext. 126, nhorne@pcieducation.com
–Emily Embury, C. Blohm & Associates, Inc., 608-839-9800, emily@cblohm.com


National PTA, Harvard Family Research Project Release Brief on Best Practices for School Districts to Promote Family Engagement


National PTA, Harvard Family Research Project Release Brief on Best Practices for School Districts to Promote Family Engagement

Features six case studies and innovative strategies

CHICAGO (July 23, 2009) – Today, the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and the Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) released an issue brief, called Seeing is Believing: Promising Practices for How School Districts Promote Family Engagement, that highlights innovative strategies in engaging families.


Why:                           Even though it is clear that family engagement makes a difference, less well understood is the role of school districts in promoting this engagement.  The brief describes how districts build systemic family engagement as a core education reform strategy and includes a set of policy recommendations to help support this important work.


Features:                     The brief cites case studies from across the country that reveal innovative components which show how parents, educators, and administrators share responsibility for family engagement resulting in student success.


Download:                  http://pta.org/3331.htm




Watch Webinar:        http://uwa.acrobat.com/e51574352/event/registration.html
NOTE:  Once attendees register, they will receive the link and call-in information.


Media Contacts:        James Martinez, National PTA, Media Relations Manager; email: jmartinez@pta.org; phone: 312-670-6782, ext. 325.


Marcella Franck, HFRP, Publications and Communications Manager; email: marcellla_franck@harvard.edu; phone: 617-495-9108.


About National PTA
PTA comprises millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of parent involvement in schools. PTA is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that prides itself on being a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for public education. Membership in PTA is open to anyone who wants to be involved and make a difference for the education health, and welfare of children and youth.

501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Membership in PTA is open to anyone who is concerned about the education, health, and welfare of children and youth.


About Harvard Family Research Project

Since 1983, Harvard Family Research Project has helped stakeholders develop and evaluate strategies to promote the well being of children, youth, families, and their communities.  We work primarily within three areas that support children’s learning and development—early childhood education, out-of-school time programming, and family and community support in education.  Underpinning all of our work is a commitment to evaluation for strategic decision making, learning, and accountability.

Building on our knowledge that schools cannot do it alone, we also focus national attention on complementary learning. Complementary learning is the idea that a systemic approach, which integrates school and nonschool supports, can better ensure that all children have the skills they need to succeed.




IPTV goes to school

Students at work in Pennfield's broadcast studio.

Students at work in Pennfield's broadcast studio.

Though parting may still be sweet sorrow, no one at Michigan’s new Pennfield High School misses the days when they had to search for an AV cart to show Romeo and Juliet.  Whether it’s film or television in the classroom, or daily announcements in the cafeteria, everything travels in digital format over a single IP network.  Gone are the days of tangled cables, damaged tapes, and precious class time wasted wondering why there’s no sound coming from the system.

“Now teachers simply log in from their classroom computer with their user name and password and do whatever they want to do,” says Instructional Technology Coordinator Tammy Maginity. “They can go into the digital library and search for what they want to watch or go directly to TV and pick a channel.”

What may seem simple from the end user’s point of view is actually the result of a successful collaboration between an innovative Michigan software development firm and California manufacturer.

Keeping it simple

Jeff Ingle, President of Optimal Solutions, Inc. of Grand Rapids, Michigan, first began working on developing digital management software in the early 1990s, drawing on his background as a teacher and school information systems software trainer.

“The problem back then was that there really weren’t any elegant tools available for an IP-based video system,” says Ingle. “We had to wait for technology to catch up with our ideas–which it has.” He is referring specifically to the IPTV encoders from Visionary Solutions (VSI), which have streamlined the process of digitizing analog signals for use on Internet Protocol (IP) networks. The encoders provide full screen, full resolution, real-time video over IP from almost any source.

At Pennfield, a cable TV feed is split into 16 channels at the network head end using standard cable boxes provided by the cable TV company. Optimal Solutions splits out each channel using a DVD/VCR tuner, then digitizes it with an AVN series encoder from VSI, which puts the digitized video onto the IP network.

The 16 TV channels are available to network users together with the school’s digital phone service, security cameras and video-on-demand library.  “What attracted me to the VSI encoder was that it offers a much lower-cost MPEG2 solution in comparison to other products out there,” says Ingle. “And it wasn’t a proprietary solution. Our eVideon application fits nicely with their technology.”

The digitized video can be accessed through eVideon software anywhere there is a networked computer or a TV. Whether a teacher needs live streaming video, broadcast television or a stored digital media, eVideon provides an easy user interface that simplifies his or her task.

At Pennfield High School, each classroom is equipped with a trio of desktop computers, a ceiling mounted Epson LCD projector, a wall screen, teacher tablet, and document camera. Librarians are systematically digitizing all of the school’s DVDs and VHS tapes and storing them in files on the eVideon VoD server.

“Digitizing older videos is not difficult to do, but it’s time consuming,” says Maginity. “Once you put the video into the front end, however, life becomes pretty easy. You don’t have to worry about teachers checking things out and not turning them back in. And they will always be there when someone else wants them.”

The IPTV system is capable of encoding live video from cameras in the auditorium or from cameras on a portable distance learning cart that can stream or record a variety of events, from basketball games to visiting speakers. An new encoder in the high school’s broadcast studio now allows live student newscasts throughout the building’s network and on the web.  In addition, the 16 TV channels on the IP network can easily be extended to other district schools.


Blogging in a Secure Educational Environment Introduced by InfoSource Learning

OVIEDO, FL – July 27, 2009 – InfoSource Learning is excited to announce the release of a new, safe, educational blogging environment for teachers, students, and school administrators.  Blogs are now featured in InfoSource Learning’s secure Learning Management System (LMS), allowing school districts to build and develop a stronger community and enhance both student learning and teacher and staff development.   

Administrators will also have the opportunity to quickly communicate information students, teachers, and the community.  Students, teachers, and staff will have the opportunity to create their own blogs to work together, share, and learn from each other.  Schools may also choose to share their blogs with parents, the community, or other classrooms around the world.

“Blogging is a great way to encourage participation, collaboration, and interaction in schools. We recognize and embrace the importance of this and are excited to be bringing this valuable web tool to schools through a secure portal,” said InfoSource Learning’s CEO, Michael Werner.

For more information about InfoSource Learning’s secure blogging feature, visit http://www.SimpleK12.com/ or call 1-800-393-4636 and ask to speak with the account manager for your state.


About InfoSource Learning: For over 25 years, InfoSource Learning has been a leader of custom personalized training solutions for the education, corporate, and government training segments. With engaging, web-based training, the company’s “How to Master” content-rich portfolio of training products is comprised of elements including; PC and Mac applications, professional development skills, soft skills, compliance, and technology integration. In addition to its focus on providing tools for calculating return on investment (ROI), InfoSource Learning also develops and maintains a unique Content Authoring Tool (CAT) and Learning Management System (LMS). To learn more about custom personalized training solutions from InfoSource Learning, call 800-393-3436 or visit http://www.infosourcelearning.com.