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The San Mateo-Foster City School District in Foster City, CA is automating the lottery system it uses to assign transfer students within the district.
Blackboard has updated Moodlerooms, its services for open source learning management system Moodle, with a new interface and improved functionality.
Christie has announced the H Series: two 1DLP projectors that boast 12,000 lumens and weigh in at just 52.5 pounds.
Tabtor has released an Android version of its personalized math learning app.
Education and office furniture provider Bretford has partnered with fliCharge to integrate the latter company's wireless charging technology with its furniture.
The University of Central Florida has teamed with two partners to reboot a massive open online course for educators focused on blended learning in higher ed and K-12.
AT&T wants to invest in organizations working to enhance education and improve high school success and career readiness for students.
Visual display company BenQ America has begun shipping its 84-inch LED 4K ultra-high-definition flat panel display, a product intended for classrooms with hefty audio-visual budgets.
Quick Key has released a pro version of its digital grading app for mobile devices.
Knovation has partnered with Lightspeed Systems to make netTrekker digital resources available via My Big Campus.
"Teachers are being set up for failure," according to Jayme Linton, program coordinator for the master of science degree in Online Teaching and Instructional Design at Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Logitech is rolling out the ConferenceCam Connect, a portable all-in-one videoconferencing device that costs less than some office chairs.
CompTIA is teaming up with an online STEM career guidance service to promote jobs in cybersecurity to middle and high school students.
The latest release of Chalkup includes improvements to the user interface, a course calendar and a way for students to estimate their workload.
Interoperability, integration and equitable and universal access are the top priorities for districts implementing technology for teaching and learning, according to a new report from the National Advisory Council on ConnectED.
This year's competition, which also includes a track for middle school students, asks participants for the most "overly complex contraption" for erasing a chalkboard or a whiteboard.
Augmented reality demonstrations give students, who have grown up learning about the world from video screens, a new view of the world that they are comfortable with, according to tech enthusiast and educator Drew Minock.
"This is where our schools are. This is where our world is going," according to Warren Dale, technology facilitator for the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Berkman Center fellows Leah Plunkett and Paulina Haduong share their insights into the future of student data privacy. What direction will policy take? What will schools' responsibilities entail?
3D Printer provider NVBots has launched NV Library, a collection of lesson plans that include 3D printing.