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Declaring War on Paper

Before democratizing education, using edtech for an even more basic task. GUEST COLUMN | by Johan Hagglund Most people have come to think about edtech as expanding the reach of education— democratizing it. Or using technology to adjust to leaning … Continue reading

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High on EdTech in the Mile High City

Listening, observing, and absorbing at ISTE 2016 in Denver. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Gura ISTE 2016 reveals the edtech field to now be significantly maturing, employing sophisticated technologies to provide crowdsourced instructional, assessment, and professional development items for teachers … Continue reading

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Shining a Light on Student Outcomes

A poorly-lit high school-to-college pathway leaves students searching in the dark. GUEST COLUMN | by Colin Mathews For generations, the surest road to success for ambitious students led to college and a bachelor’s’ degree. College graduates reliably out-earned those with only … Continue reading

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Protecting What’s Vital

Why universities are vulnerable to cyber attacks and REN-ISAC is so important. GUEST COLUMN | by Todd O’Boyle Universities have never had a more important place as a linchpin in a global system driven by knowledge, ideas, and innovation. Knowledge … Continue reading

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Personalized Perspective

Delivering the best learning experience to each and every student. GUEST COLUMN | by Dave Saltmarsh Technology programs in the classroom have opened the door for teachers to offer a more engaging, interactive, and individualized learning experience for students. Often … Continue reading

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