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Enterprise AppZone Tackles Mobile App Management for Ed Market

Partnerpedia today announced that the Enterprise AppZone product is uniquely positioned to help deal with the challenges of procuring and managing mobile apps in the educational market. Enterprise AppZone is a SaaS offering that is designed for mobile app management and procurement challenges typically faced by schools and other organizations. Read More »

EA and GlassLab Announce SimCityEDU

-Electronic Arts Inc., in collaboration with GlassLab, announced SimCityEDU is in development, an online educational community based on the award-winning SimCityTM videogame. SimCityEDU will serve as a resource for classroom teachers who have a strong interest in utilizing digital platforms as a learning tool to drive student interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects*. Read More »

See How Leading Educators Are Implementing the CCSS

School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness and Common Core resources, releases new footage showing effective teachers teaching the new Math and English Language Arts Common Core Standards. The new clips show teachers in grades 4 through 7 teaching the math and ELA standards in everything from ratios and percent to historical texts. Read More »

Educators Collaborate on the Classroom Use of Mobile Devices in Online Course

Atomic Learning's "Going Mobile" Atomic Catalyst course exposes teachers to a variety of tools and strategies to get the most out of mobile devices in the classroom. The six-week online course focuses on developing strategies for including portable computing devices in classroom projects and lessons.... Read More »

Murray County Schools (GA) Uses Live Online Speech Therapy

Faced with higher speech-language pathologist (SLP) caseloads following the unexpected departure of an SLP, Murray County Schools in Chatsworth, Georgia, partnered with PresenceLearning, the leader in online speech therapy, to address the gap and improve caseloads for all of their SLPs. Read More »

Epson Announces 3D Projectors Designed Specifically for Education

Epson introduced two 3D projector solutions designed to enhance the learning experience in classrooms - the PowerLite® W16 and W16SK. Epson is offering two 3D projection choices - one based on active 3D technology and the other on passive 3D technology - which both deliver three times brighter colors than most competitive projectors... Read More »

Recorded Books Partners with IndieFlix

Recorded Books, the world’s largest independent producer of audiobooks, has announced that it will begin worldwide distribution of IndieFlix for Libraries, a premiere online streaming service provider of award-winning independent films, shorts and documentaries from around the world. IndieFlix is viewable on computers and mobile devices. Read More »

EBSCO Publishing and Ingram Collaborate on eBooks

EBSCO Publishing and Ingram announced an agreement aimed at benefiting mutual customers of Ingram's OASIS® (Online Acquisitions and Selection Information System) and eBooks on EBSCOhost®. The agreement will allow libraries to order eBooks on EBSCOhost through OASIS. Read More »

observe4success Announces Platform Enhancements

observe4success has kicked off 2013 with numerous exciting product enhancements to its fully customizable teacher observation platform. These enhancements include the ability to upload files and attach them to a relevant observation, enhanced communication functions within the platform, as well as additional data analysis and trend identification options for district administrators. Read More »

Public Libraries Power eBook Discovery to New Heights in 2012

Readers browsing eBook and audiobook collections at OverDrive-powered libraries and schools viewed 2.7 billion book and title catalog pages and generated 192 million registered visitor sessions last year. As more readers visit their library's digital collection to find their next great read, the digital library has become a critical hub of book discovery. Read More »