Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 4:12pm
Visual communications technology manufacturer InFocus Corporation launched its latest low-cost line of projectors, the IN120a series with 3 models, which can display content without being hooked up to a computer.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 4:11pm
zSpace, Inc. and Los Altos School District announced a pilot program in STEM education that will bring immersive 3D learning stations to students in third through eighth grade. The students will learn about earth, space, physical and life sciences.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 3:58pm
Apple released a slew of improvements and alterations to make deployments at enormous scales more appealing for education and enterprise customers in charge of purchasing and maintaining iPhones and iPads.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 3:40pm
Three districts plan to use Pennsylvania school safety grants to buy high-tech door locks that can be programmed to bar even those with access cards from entering at the wrong time. The districts also will install metal detectors as well as new computer software that can scan a driver’s license and do a quick background check on visitors.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 3:29pm
The State Department of Education has agreed to pay roughly $48 million dollars to fund a new Cumberland County tech school. But where and how the school will be built is causing a stir in the community.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 2:16pm
One middle school in the Los Angeles USD found a budget-friendly way to give students access to high-quality education technology by purchasing MacBooks and iMacs from Mac to School, a K12 provider of refurbished Apple devices.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Sat, 03/01/2014 - 2:09pm
Clearly, dictating to digital natives that they “power down” in school is a huge turn-off. Yet many adults express concern that students won’t be able to learn as effectively in classrooms that are fundamentally different from their own experiences.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Fri, 02/28/2014 - 1:52pm
Adobe announced it is answering the challenge to bring tech education and teacher training to American schools by committing over $300 million in software and professional development to the White House’s ConnectED initiative.