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OverDrive Summer Read Program

More than 1,700 schools in all 50 U.S. states and six provinces in Canada have partnered with OverDrive for a unique summer reading program to help students improve their language skills...For the month of June, these schools will offer the OverDrive Summer Read program in which students can borrow and read from a collection of popular, interactive Juvenile Fiction and award-winning Young Adult eBooks. Read More »

Readability Study: More Than Half of Students Unable To Read Content Displayed on 70-inch Flat Panel

Epson today announced new findings from a recent study conducted by Radius Global Market Research that evaluated the readability of content displayed on a 70-inch flat panel in an average-sized classroom. According to the new research, 58 percent of students in an average classroom can't read content displayed on a 70-inch flat panel. Read More »

Big Brainz Math Software Now Available on Chromebook;

In response to current ed tech trends, Imagine Learning announces that its Big Brainz math-fact fluency program is now available on Google Chromebook, in addition to Windows, Mac, and iPad. Read More »

Sunburst Digital Establishes Itself as Leader in Offering Integrated Technology Solutions;

There is only one coding and robotics solution developmentally appropriate for early childhood audiences, Wonder Workshop. Dash & Dot are designed as an instructionally sound solution suitable for early learning. Sunburst customers are adopting the lovable robots at a breakneck speed. Read More »

TEC To Host 22nd Annual Accredited TEC Summer Institute

Exclusively designed for Educators, TSI provides hands-on training and classroom materials designed to assist technology and engineering educators by increasing their knowledge of Laser Technologies, 3D Printing, and Computer-Aided Design. Throughout July, TEC will be offering a choice of one, two or three days of hands-on training seminars and workshops taught by certified professional instructors at TEC’s inhouse TECnology Center. Read More »

edWeb.net and Learning.com Launch PLC

edWeb.net and Learning.com, a provider of K-12 solutions to support districts as they transition to digital content and build students' digital literacy skills, announce the launch of Digital Learning Resources: OER to DIY, a free professional learning community to assist educators with ways to use, create, organize, and share digital resources for instruction. Read More »

HEAT Software Provides Support for Apple’s New Education Technology

HEAT Software, a leading provider of Cloud Service Management and Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) software solutions, today announced that its new LANrev 7.2 software integrates seamlessly with Apple’s newest education technology: Apple School Manager. Read More »

CodeMonkey Partners with Sunburst Digital

CodeMonkey teaches programming basics in a language known as "CoffeeScript" through game-based learning. Their proven approach emphasizes learning a useful, real programming language through an intuitive and highly engaging online game. Now, CodeMonkey is offering that proven methodology with Sunburst Digital for U.S. classrooms. Read More »

PresenceLearning Offers Decathlon of Summer PD Opportunities

For education leaders looking to take advantage of flexible summer schedules to earn professional development credits, PresenceLearning's "Decathlon Challenge" webinar series will provide unlimited access to 10 free webinars starting July 10, 2016. Educators who watch 1 or more webinars and pass the end-of-webinar quizzes can earn up to 15.5 hours of professional development. Read More »

Wonder Workshop Launches Wonder League Robotics Clubs

Wonder Workshop, creators of robots that teach students foundational skills in computer coding, invites schools to participate in the newly announced Wonder League Robotics Clubs, the first network of clubs in elementary schools for coding and robotics. The school district that gets the highest percentage of schools participating by July 10, 2016 will receive a $10,000 grant in Wonder Store credit to help fund their clubs. Read More »