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Pearson Content Now Works with Any LMS

Pearson announced a new iteration of its main content delivery system for K-12 schools...Pearson Realize is now fully compatible with IMS Global's Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI™) standards, making almost all of the company's K-12 content and data easy to use, access and analyze, regardless of the school's learning management system (LMS). Read More »

Mackin and ClassLink Partner

Mackin announced a new partnership with ClassLink, a new single sign-on connection platform. This new partnership will provide users with secure, OneClick access to MackinVIA, a free and complete digital content management system that provides easy access to eBooks, audiobooks, educational databases, and video. Read More »

Follett, Biblionasium Partner

Follett and Biblionasium are joining forces in an exclusive partnership with the goal of supporting the independent reading activities of students, ages 6 to 13. In August Follett's Destiny Library Manager will be seamlessly integrated with Biblionaisum's digital platform that connects young readers with their friends, teachers, librarians and parents in a safe and private space. Read More »

Lifeliqe Creator Lets Teachers Create 3D Content

Lifeliqe, a learning and productivity platform for interactive 3D, VR, and AR, today launched Lifeliqe Creator, a feature giving educators the power to create and publish interactive presentations and ebooks that integrate 3D models instead of 2D images. Read More »

Lightspeed Unveils New Features of Flexcat

Lightspeed's new mobile app will turn teachers' iOS device into a Flexcat remote control. With the app, the new Flexcat includes expanded coverage for up to 12 audio pods. Flexcat now also supports Whisper Coaching, a variation on informative assessment. Read More »

Vernier's Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE

Vernier Software & Technology developed a new free app to allow students to study thermal energy concepts by analyzing images and video captured with the FLIR ONE™ Thermal Camera for iOS. Using the Thermal Analysis for FLIR ONE™ app, students can measure temperature changes on the skin, illustrate convection, track heating due to friction and more. Read More »

Smithsonian Releases Learning Lab

The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access debuts the Smithsonian Learning Lab, an engaging online toolkit that enables everyone to find, customize and share digital museum resources with others. The Learning Lab offers free digital access to more than a million diverse resources from across the Smithsonian along with simple-to-use tools to organize, augment and personalize these assets. Read More »

Boxlight Guide fHelps Educators Select and Launch Tech Tools

To help schools and districts make technology initiatives a success, Boxlight has published a new guide, Launch Tech in Your Schools Successfully, which can be downloaded at no charge from http://news.mimio.boxlight.com/launch-tech-successfully. Read More »

Boxlight To Debut Line of Standard and Interactive Laser and Bulb Projectors

Boxlight will be unveiling its new line of P12 projectors at the 2016 ISTE Conference & Expo in Denver, Colorado. Scheduled to start shipping in late June, the product line offers educators four easy ways to bring stunning visuals to classroom instruction. In addition to a standard projector, the line includes laser, laser HD, and laser ultra-wide projectors. Read More »

Texas Students Get Britannica e-Books

Students in Texas will soon have more than 200 high-quality e-books from Britannica® Digital Learning to support their studies in language arts and science, Britannica announced today. Schools that participate in the TexQuest program by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission will have unlimited access to four Britannica e-book collections beginning this month. Read More »