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Innovation Alive and Well

At Penn State, a new network and a national edtech summit. GUEST COLUMN | by Rosemarie Piccioni Advances in technology are pushing higher education into new realms. From the continuing growth in online degree programs, to incorporating mobile devices and … Continue reading

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Four Steps to Success

A pioneer heading up one of the longest-running edtech entities shares his secret formula. GUEST COLUMN | by Ed Gragert Online educational programs, projects and networks often pride themselves for longevity if they are five or (gasp!) 10 years old. … Continue reading

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Really Logging In

It all starts with authentication (but it doesn’t end there). GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Peterson This September, tens of thousands of students will arrive at higher education institutions ready to study. Every one of these students needs access to … Continue reading

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Talent is Everywhere

Are we willing to do what it takes to spread opportunity around the world? GUEST COLUMN | by Jeremy Johnson It’s a widely acknowledged fact today that talent is evenly disbursed around the planet, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or background. … Continue reading

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The Tortoise and the Hare: An EdTech Tale

What’s taking the education technology revolution so long? GUEST COLUMN | by Leslie Tyler With another school year starting, we again hear the conventional story about new (and improved) technology will help revolutionize education, as it has everything else from … Continue reading

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