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Britannica Publishes New e-Books for Schools

Britannica Digital Learning has just published seventy new e-books for grades preK-12 on a wide range of school subjects. The new titles, which join Britannica's current e-book collection of more than 1,100 volumes, cover a wide range of school subjects, including history, biography, civics and government, sports and animals. Special series focus on biotechnology, history and visual and performing arts. Read More »

Epiphany Learning Launches Version 2.0 of Personalized Learning App

Epiphany Learning™ launched version 2.0 of its Epiphany Learning Personalized Learning Application. A year of research observing how learners, teachers and administrators use the student-centric, K-12 web-based personalized learning application inspired a number of pioneering upgrades enhancing the application’s performance for its users. Read More »

JogNog Partners with Microsoft

JogNog announced that its system for assessment and practice is now fully integrated with Microsoft Office 365. As an Office 365 Education Solution, JogNog provides the ability for students, teachers, and administrators to authenticate using Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory and the OAuth2 protocol, offering convenient one-click login for users ... Read More »

Knewton Launches Free & Open Adaptive Learning—for Everyone

Knewton announced the launch of its free, open personalized learning platform. For the first time, any individual can create or use state-of-the-art supplemental lessons to provide students with unique learning paths in real-time. Knewton’s adaptive-learning platform transforms any content into the best data-rich version of itself, then bundles together those pieces of content that are best for each student based on exactly what she knows and how she learns best. Read More »

Vernier Launches Its Fall 2015 Data-Collection Workshop Series

This fall, Vernier Software & Technology will offer 36 free, regional, hands-on workshops to help both novice and seasoned science and STEM educators alike learn various ways to integrate data-collection technology into their curricula. During each four-hour workshop, an experienced training specialist will work alongside educators to help them explore classroom-ready experiments using award-winning computer and handheld technology from Vernier. Read More »

SchoolDude Introduces Collaborative Operations Management Platforms

SchoolDude launched two Collaborative Operations Management platforms, MaintenanceEssentials Pro and EventEssentials Pro. For the first time, SchoolDude’s solutions are available in two comprehensive platforms, helping educational institutions collaborate with their peers, boost efficiency and increase responsiveness, communication and transparency. Read More »

Common Sense Education's K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum Launches on Nearpod

Common Sense Education's pioneering Digital Citizenship curriculum - used by more than 220-thousand teachers in more than 94-thousand schools -becomes available on Nearpod, an award-winning educational technology company that helps teachers create and deliver interactive lessons in the connected classroom. Read More »

Wonder Workshop Pledges Funds to Teachers’ Coding Instruction

Access to tools and opportunities for schools in underprivileged communities is a matter of the right financial support Wonder Workshop aims to bridge this gap with its dollar-for-dollar match program for Dash & Dot projects through DonorsChoose.org. Wonder Workshop will match one dollar for every dollar donated towards funding projects that bring the Dash & Dot robots to schools in need. Read More »

Edgenuity Expands Instructional Services to Graduation Achievement Charter HS

Edgenuity announced that Georgia's Graduation Achievement Charter High School has selected Edgenuity's Instructional Services offering and curriculum as the school's primary learning solution. The partnership highlights Edgenuity's ability to offer flexible, engaging instruction across a wide variety of programs and settings to meet the specific goals of schools and districts. Read More »

Pitsco's NI myRIO Kit Opens Doors to Engineering Robotics

What do a rover vehicle, a balancing arm, and a self-balancing robot assembly have in common? They introduce students to accelerometers, gyro sensors, algorithm development, wireless functionality, and mechatronics, among other concepts. Conveniently, they can all be built from the new Pitsco TETRIX® PRIME for NI myRIO kit. Read More »