New ed-tech products and services: November/December 2012

Here are the latest ed-tech products and services featured in the Nov./Dec. edition of eSchool News.

A convertible computing device with three different modes (tablet, productivity, and presentation); software that simplifies management of school bell schedules and AV systems; and replacement lamps for school projectors starting under $100: These are among the many new educational technology products featured in the Nov./Dec. edition of eSchool News.

The digital version of our November/December 2012 issue is now available.

You can browse the full publication here, or click on the headlines below to check out these highlights:

Biz Buzz: Nov./Dec. 2012

The latest news from the ed-tech industry, including a triple-threat convertible tablet, software that makes managing school bell schedules and AV systems easy, and school projector replacement lamps for under $100…

Wireless experts: Time to move beyond the device

School leaders should focus less on devices and more about other key elements needed to make wireless initiatives a success, experts say—like policy, infrastructure, and content. One project that could serve as a model is Active Explorer, a web-based learning platform that uses smart phones and mobile broadband connectivity to engage children in collecting, interpreting, and sharing science-related data…

Researchers propose ed-tech evaluation system

A proposed new third-party ratings system for educational technology products could help link ed-tech buyers and sellers and offer reports on software’s effectiveness…

Advertisers’ Showcase

A live video production system for just $995, tough leather cases that protect iPads from drops and other accidents, and a national purchasing cooperative that boosts schools’ ed-tech buying power: These are among the many products and services featured by eSN advertisers…

eSchool News Staff

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