Want to rub shoulders with OER thought leaders to learn more about harnessing the full power of Open Educational Resources? Then head down to Florida on September 7-8 for Florida’s first Open Educational Resources Summit, sponsored by Florida Virtual Campus. Director of Open Education Cable Green will be joined by other national and campus leaders involved in defining and driving OER strategy and initiatives to lead a variety of thoughtful discussions.
Beaverton School District’s bus #224 has been operational since 1989, but it's been given a 2016 makeover. BSD remodeled #224, painting the exterior bright colors and reimagining the interior into a “Future Bus,” filled with equipment to engage the next generation of innovators.
Texthelp, the accessibility-focused developer, has added a new Chrome extension to its quiver of tools. EquatIO solves a tricky conundrum for math teachers and students: digitizing math expressions and equations.
According to a new report released by Common Sense Media, stereotypes in movies and on TV that perpetuate rigid gender roles can affect children's sense of self, relationships, and career aspirations.
The EdSurge Can’t-Miss K-12 Education Technology Events for 2017-2018 calendar lists the locations and dates for most of the major K-12 conferences happening in the coming year.
Tech & Learning magazine has named its 2017 Leader of the Year winners, as well as runner-up K-12 Blueprint blogger and Innovation Program Designer, Richland School District Two, South Carolina, Donna Teuber.
There's a new kid in town in the world of devices and operating systems geared at the K-12 education market. It looks like Microsoft is taking a two-pronged approach to the education market.
Project RED releases findings on phase III of its national research project.
Introducing the 2017 City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge! Amazon Web Services (AWS) is awarding up to $50,000 in promotional credits to school districts who are using the power of the cloud to improve learning for students.
Administrators from several one-to-one districts share advice on launching and sustaining a successful initiative.