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Cool Tool | SmartBook from McGraw-Hill Education  

SmartBook, by learning science company McGraw-Hill Education, is a digital version of a course textbook – with a twist. SmartBook delivers the same content as a traditional textbook, but unlike a typical e-book, SmartBook actively tailors that content to the … Continue reading

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The Five Pillars of Quality EdTech Content

Re-examining the goals and purposes of our arena. GUEST COLUMN | by Nanda Krish For educators, the old standby of textbooks still works in the modern world. However, as educators know, relying solely on books in an age where information … Continue reading

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Old Problem, New Approach

Increasing student engagement with online learning platforms. GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Rothman We are at a game-changing time in the history of education. Never before have we been more “connected” to our students as we are today. For educators, … Continue reading

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For Edtech to Matter, Students Need to Care

How can technological advances play a role in a student’s academic journey? GUEST COLUMN | by Michal Borkowski Education technology is becoming ubiquitous in the classroom as teachers and administrators implement the newest gadgets and software into everyday lessons. Whether … Continue reading

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Made in Finland

Helsinki-based company knows business, but does it know the business of education? INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Before entering the edtech arena, Vesa Perälä was a senior exec at Nokia, Jabra, and Coloplast for nearly 15 years. He became an entrepreneur in … Continue reading

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