Articles: Technology

Virtually Possible

Diane Lewis busts myths as champion of Seminole County’s virtual schools.

New Consortium Hopes to Capitalize on the Cloud

A new nonprofit organization plans to develop a set of best practices for the development of K12 content, tools and assessments hosted in the cloud.

Professional Development 2.0

Social networking has become a quick and efficient way for K12 administrators to gain professional development.

Mobile Goes Mainstream

A more broadly accepted concept than ever, the arrival of ubiquitous mobile learning in K12 is well under way.

New Products

The latest in hardware, software, books and materials, facilities and the Internet.

Forget About IT as You Know It Today

New white paper from CoSN explains how K12 IT departments have evolved and where they will be a decade from now.

TCO and Technology Standardization

The Round Rock (Texas) Independent School District credits a business-inspired, total-cost-of-ownership, technology-standardization program with their ability to keep pace with student needs.

New Products

The latest in hardware, software, books and materials, facilities and the Internet.

The Advantages of Properly Implemented One-to-One Technology

Project RED (Revolutionizing Education), an alliance of technology education leaders from across the nation, released its findings on Oct. 20 after studying how technology is implemented in nearly 1,000 schools. DA spoke with the Project RED president and CEO of the Hayes Connection, Jeanne Hayes.

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