Monthly Archives: March 2014

Going ‘Google’ in the Classroom

The power of passionate teachers shines through with the right tools. GUEST COLUMN | by Rob May Back in January, the City of Boston joined the growing number of organizations who made the switch from Microsoft to Google Apps. The … Continue reading

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Being Open

A next generation of OER. GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Blum The premise of Open Educational Resources has always been that making content available to educators and students freely and universally would help accelerate educational progress and democratize educational opportunity. … Continue reading

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Trends | Education Mergers and Acquisitions

Higher Education Media and Tech deal activity saw an 11 percent improvement between 2012 and 2013, according to the Berkery Noyes Education Industry M&A Report for full year 2013. At the same time, the number of transactions in the K-12 … Continue reading

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Begging to Differ

Isn’t a flipped class flipped learning? GUEST COLUMN | by Kari M. Arfstrom Turns out these terms are not interchangeable. The board and key leaders of the Flipped Learning Network™, all experienced flipped educators, released a whitepaper this week distinguishing … Continue reading

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What’s Next?

Helix Education CEO talks market trends impacting the student lifecycle. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero He’s worked with some of the most forward-thinking college and university leaders to develop and implement game changing solutions, including large online learning programs and … Continue reading

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