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eSN-TV Viewers Guide

With dozens of videos being uploaded each week on eSN.TV, eSchool News has created a Video Viewers’ Guide to help navigate our archive. Below you will find our videos of the month—selected based on their relevance to educational technology and viewer popularity. Our video site is powered by Eduvision from JDLHorizons

From the Student Video Network to interviews with leading experts in education, and from important vendor information to conference keynotes, we’ve collected a large variety for you to choose from.

And remember, you too can upload video to our site! Be sure to visit and click on the ‘Upload Video’ tab, where you will find instructions on how to submit your videos.

World Cup of Technology

The Imagine Cup is a global student technology competition hosted by Microsoft. Here, students watch their teams in the World Cup and talk about their own world-changing projects.

Alan November Interview

November, senior partner of November Learning, discusses the philosophy and culture of today’s schools.

ISTE 2010
Chris Dede InterviewDede, Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies, Harvard, discusses his involvement in the National Ed-Tech plan, as well as his latest research. Katharine Yasin Interview

Yasin, regional dir. of the Education Development Center, discusses her international, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing learning and promoting health.

Keith Krueger Interview

Krueger, CEO of CoSN, discusses the organization’s new toolkit on how to examine emerging technologies and many other new initiatives.

Latest Developments
Project K-Nect
North Carolina Now shows how students part of Project K-Nect use smart phones in their math class.
Blake Middle School and Kurzweil 3000

See how Blake Middle School and Whole Group Literacy Instruction use a whiteboard and Kurzweil 3000.

Microsoft Office Specialist
(MOS) 2010 Certification
Certiport announces the availability of the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2010 certification, an industry recognized, standards-based credential for validating Microsoft Office 2010 skills.

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