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Califone Releases Speaker To Support Mobile Learning

As schools and districts throughout the country continue to introduce mobile computing devices in the classroom, it's important to plan for the technology infrastructure to support these new teaching tools Califone International, Inc., announces the launch of its first speaker developed exclusively for iPad® and iPhone®. Read More »

OverDrive Debuts Streaming Video Service to Libraries and Schools

OverDrive announced that the Streaming Video lending service has launched in its first pilot at Los Angeles Public Library. The Streaming Video service is a convenient and exciting way to instantly borrow from your library and watch videos anytime, anywhere, on any computer, tablet or mobile device with an internet connection. . Read More »

HMH Expands Its E-Book Distribution to Libraries

Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced that Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) has selected its MyiLibrary® e-content platform for the distribution of thousands of e-books to libraries worldwide. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt plans to add thousands of titles to Ingram’s MyiLibrary e-book platform. Read More »

FL District Uses Online Speech Therapy

To eliminate speech-language pathologist (SLP) travel time and keep Taylor County School District students with diverse speech needs in class, Taylor County School District implemented PresenceLearning, the leader in online speech therapy and other special education-related services for K-12 students. Read More »

Glip Ofeers Free Cutting Edge Collaboration Technology

Glip, Inc. announced that the Glip conversation platform is available for free for students and educators. Glip is ideal for students and educators as the platform is designed for teams of any size to plan, share and organize work, supporting content-rich, fast-paced, collaborative activities. Individuals with .edu email addresses can sign up for free to use the Glip conversation platform to collaborate with classmates, teachers, and advisors. Read More »

Curriculet Offers Schools a New Way To Purchase eBooks

Curriculet, a digital reading platform, announced a more effective and affordable way for schools to use ebooks. The company, formerly known as Gobstopper, offers school districts the ability to purchase circulations of ebooks for a period of three-months or a year at a time, while enabling teachers to enrich the titles by embedding their own questions, quizzes and rich media Read More »

Buzzmath Launches Common Core Aligned Open Badges

One of the first Open Badges systems built in collaboration with Mozilla, the MacArthur Foundation, and HASTAC is now accessible in Buzzmath, Scolab Inc.’s math practice program. The 56 badges available represent an opportunity for middle school students to share earned knowledge and accomplishments. Read More »

Tool Factory Partners with UK"s Kudlian

Tool Factory has partnered with British educational software publishers Kudlian to enhance the use of animation as a curriculum tool across US schools. The partnership will provide American schools with access to Animate It software, which is already making waves across the pond. Animate It is an intuitive software package that enables students of all ages to create their own professional, stop-motion animated movie. Read More »

DreamBox Learning Launches DreamBox Math App for iPad

DreamBox Learning® announced that its award-winning online DreamBox Learning Math program is now available as an app for iPad. Powered by the company’s pioneering Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ technology, the new DreamBox Math App provides a robust personalized learning experience on iPad. Read More »

ENA Chooses Aerohive To Build Managed Wi-Fi Service for Schools

Aerohive Networks® announced that managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider Education Networks of America (ENA) has chosen Aerohive Networks’ technology as a key underpinning for its ENA Air managed Wi-Fi service. ENA Air brings complete, turnkey Wi-Fi connectivity to schools and libraries Read More »