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Quick Key Mobile Surpassed 250,000 Quizzes Scanned

Quick Key Mobile, an application for teachers' mobile phones into scanners, to grade paper quizzes, tests, and surveys in a flash, surpassed an important milestone today, as the 250,000th quiz was scanned using the mobile app for iPhone. Quick Key has been downloaded more than 13,000 times since it was launched in September 2013. Read More »

Capstone Young Readers and Epic! Announce eBook Deal

Capstone Young Readers announces a distribution agreement with Epic!, the first all-you-can-read eBook subscription service designed for kids 2-12. Recently launched for the iPad, Epic! features a digital library of more than 3,000 high-quality children's eBooks, with personalized recommendations and fun, game-like elements to encourage reading Read More »

Kickboard Enhances IMS with Bubble Sheet Grading

Kickboard released the latest enhancement to its award-winning instructional management solution — seamless integration with GradeCam. Using Kickboard’s new bubble sheet grading feature, powered by GradeCam, teachers can now instantly grade multiple-choice assessments using their computer’s web camera and the scores are immediately available in Kickboard. Read More »

edWeb.net and Net Texts Announce New PLC on OER

edWeb.net and Net Texts have partnered to help educators select and make better user of OER by creating a free online professional learning community on Open Educational Resources (OER) in the K-12 Classroom. The community is a collaborative forum for continuing dialogue and support in selecting and using OER. Read More »

EasyBib Provides Free PD for Information Literacy

There are many other aspects of information literacy and educational technology that need a deeper, more complex treatment - especially for those who work with the students. Imagine Easy Solutions (EasyBib) provides the solution with its free, bi-monthly, Professional Development Webinar Series co-hosted live by leading educators, librarians and ed-tech influencers in the field. Read More »