Monthly Archives: August 2010

PC World: 5 Ways Schools Are Using the iPad

Joel Mathis writes in Macworld about how both K-12 and higher education are putting the iPad to good use. He also reports on one school that may be the iPad’s most fervent educational proponent in this insightful and timely article. … Continue reading

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COOL TOOLS: Califone and GradeCam

IF YOU’RE A TEACHER, you’ll want to read this. Together, GradeCam Corp., and Califone International, Inc., have provided a solution to nix piles of paperwork and grading by hand. Combining GradeCam with the Diggiditto Smart Document Camera from Califone, educators can scan and grade … Continue reading

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COOL TOOL: Absolute Software

OVERWHELMED IT DEPARTMENTS LOOK NO FURTHER. With school districts moving to mobile, you can ensure software compliance, prevent hardware theft and do it all on a shoestring. Lifecycle management tools may not save the world, but they do allow you … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Google Apps for Education

CAN 8 MILLION STUDENTS be using the wrong tools? Google offers students and teachers a set of free and ad-free collaboration and communication tools. Email, calendars and video chat as well as document sharing and shared full-media sites (ability to build … Continue reading

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Interview | Dorothy Mikuska

For 37 years, Dorothy Mikuska watched students struggle with the research paper process. As a former high school English teacher, when computers appeared in schools and homes, she knew there was a better way. Now the president of ePen&Inc, Mikuska teamed … Continue reading

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