Monthly Archives: August 2011

Trends | Infographic: State of Digital Education

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Trends | End-of-Summer Reads: Top 25 EdTech Books

Looking to squeeze in a final summer read? Look no further. These excellent titles from some brilliant minds are enough to keep the conversation about 21st-century learning very much alive. Unfortunately, Vander Ark’s Getting Smart isn’t out yet (18 Oct release) … Continue reading

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Trends | Report: Digital Learning and Technology

A report from the Alliance for Excellent Education suggests how federal efforts can enable states, districts, and schools to maximize technology and digital learning to improve student outcomes—recommending specific ways for the federal government to assist local and state educators … Continue reading

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Interview | Rafi Holtzman: Giving Education A Stronger Reach

In 1995, while working at Electronics for Imaging (EFI), a company specializing in digital print controller technology, Rafi Holtzman noticed that his team had difficulty interacting with their engineering counterparts abroad when discussing product changes and developments. “Unfortunately,” says Rafi, … Continue reading

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Interview | Marcus Kingsley: Classroom Management Made Easy

Back in the early 1990s, NetSupport Manager had already made their name in the PC Remote Control market. During the middle of the 90s, the company started to see a new trend within the education space—larger classrooms with a growing … Continue reading

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