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Aeries Software Increases Functionality

Aeries Software, a student information systems provider and an affiliate member of IMS Global, announced today the integration of OneRoster with Aeries and Canvas learning management system clients. Aeries and Canvas worked together to develop this integration between their two solutions and both look forward to certifying in the OneRoster standard once they have received feedback from their communities. Read More »

SchoolDude Launches Event Publisher

SchoolDude by Dude Solutions, the leading cloud-based provider of operations management solutions, today introduced Event Publisher, an event management platform that allows K-12 or higher education institutions to easily schedule, promote and manage activities and events. Read More »

Monroe School District Adds Boxlight Interactive Panels and Other Advanced Technologies

The Monroe School District in Washington will outfit more than 360 instructional spaces across the district with Boxlight's75-inch ProColor™ Series 1 Interactive Multi Touch Flat Panel Displays complete with MimioStudio™ classroom software, MimioView™ document cameras, webcams, PC modules, mounts and the MimioMobile™ app to engage students and support collaborative learning district wide. Read More »

Dash Robot Integrated with Swift Playgrounds Coding App

Wonder Workshop announced the integration of its popular Dash robot into Swift Playgrounds, Apple's educational coding app for iPad, which boasts over one million users. Beginning today, students will be able to control Dash, using the Swift programming language, learning the fundamentals of coding, creative problem solving, and computational thinking. Read More »

littleBits Code Kit Launches

littleBits, the technology startup that makes it easy and fun to invent with electronics, today launches its highly anticipated new Code Kit for grades 3-8. The littleBits Code Kit is the brand’s second product to be designed specifically for use in STEAM classrooms, and the first kit to combine the magic of hands-on invention, the power of coding, and the fun and engagement of games. Read More »

Turning Technologies Enhances Flagship Polling Software

Turning Technologies announced the launch of the latest version of TurningPoint. The interactive polling software – which allows instructors to seamlessly poll with PowerPoint, on-the-fly, on the web or in self-paced mode – introduces an improved look and superior features and functionality designed to streamline everyday interactions. Read More »

Vernier Launches 2017 Summer Institutes

Vernier Software & Technology will host 13 full-day, hands-on training institutes this summer to help science and STEM educators learn how to integrate data-collection technology into their curriculum. Led by knowledgeable training specialists, the institutes will provide attendees with the opportunity to use Vernier data-collection technology to explore classroom-ready experiments and activities. Read More »

Impero Software's Handbook for Deploying Internet Monitoring

Impero Software, provider of network administration, classroom management and internet safety software has released an Online Safety Handbook for its U.S. customers. The handbook serves as a deployment and resource guide for schools using Impero Education Pro monitoring software and keyword libraries to keep students safe. Read More »

Casio's Innovative Calculators and Projectors for 2017-2018

Casio America, Inc. encourages parents, students, and educators to begin preparations for the upcoming school year now. Getting a head start on the school year ahead can ensure students have everything they need. Casio's calculators and full portfolio of LampFree® classroom projectors are ideal tools to create strong engagement in learning this fall and beyond. Read More »

ConnectHome To Expand to More Than 100 Communities

Beginning this summer, ConnectHome will expand to more than 100 communities, with the goal of connecting 350,000 people living in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-assisted housing by 2020. EveryoneOn, the current nonprofit lead for HUD’s successful ConnectHome pilot which was created to bridge the digital divide in 28 pilot communities, will lead this expansion effort. Read More »