Monthly Archives: February 2012

Interview | Partnering Up for 21st-Century Skills

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills, or P21, recently partnered with Wireless Generation. P21 has worked hard to build a broad coalition of education, business and nonprofit organizations and foundations all focused on 21st-century readiness for every student. “Every new … Continue reading

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Interview | Connecting with ePals

Founded in 1996 as a pioneering social learning network, ePals has continued to evolve over the years. Today, ePals combines a safe and secure learning management platform with communication and collaboration tools and high quality content to connect teachers, students … Continue reading

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Tablet Time for Education

SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer As textbooks fade, a new technology moves to the head of the class. But will it make the grade? Austin, Texas-based New Media Consortium recently released their annual Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition and … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Snap! by Lectora

Here’s an interesting tool for use in converting PowerPoint to Flash. Just six months after its introduction, Snap! by Lectora rapid e-Learning software is releasing significant new features and enhancements. The release of Snap! by Lectora version 1.2 provides timesaving features … Continue reading

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Education and Technology: What Did We Learn in 2011?

EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley When compared to previous years, 2011 saw many incredible advancements in the field of education and technology that are certainly worth repeating as we prepare for what is to come in 2012. Although … Continue reading

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