Monthly Archives: October 2011

Interview | Martin Brutosky: The Simplicity of eChalk

A K-12 software platform that schools use to manage communication and instruction—that’s what eChalk is. The company was founded in 1999 in response to the growing need for technologies and services that would meaningfully connect teachers, students, and parents to … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Online Students vs. Traditional Students

Via: Online PhD Programs Blog

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Reach for the Cloud: Accessibility Everywhere

GUEST COLUMN | by Christina Murakami Paul is a high school student with a visual impairment. His acuity is diminished, and vision is blurry, which makes it necessary for him to enable certain accessibility tools when using the computer. Enabling … Continue reading

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Interview | The Education Revolution Starts Here

Jake Neuberg and Ramit Varma (pictured, left) met at UCLA’s Anderson School of Business where they realized that while they both had business backgrounds, they’d also both spent significant time as SAT prep tutors, Jake at Kaplan and Ramit at … Continue reading

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Trends | Survey Says Wireless Networks Expand for Mobile Growth

Colleges are expanding wireless network offerings to facilitate mobile device and multimedia traffic growth. Aruba Networks on Tuesday (October 18, 2011) released the results of an October 2011 survey of approximately 300 U.S. colleges and universities designed to determine higher education … Continue reading

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