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World's First Handheld Talking Graphing Calculator

Orbit Research and the American Printing House for the Blind announced the introduction of the Orion TI-84 Plus, the world's first fully accessible handheld graphing calculator. Based on the popular TI-84 Plus model from Texas Instruments, the Orion TI-84 Plus represents a breakthrough in STEM education for students who are blind and visually impaired. Read More »

ShareStream Integrates with Desire2Learn

ShareStream, developer of the ShareStream Video Platform for Education, announced today the availability of a new version of ShareStream’s video extension for teaching and learning that seamlessly interoperates with the Desire2Learn Learning Environment. Read More »

Carnegie Speech Selects Califone Headsets to Deliver Spoken Language Lessons

Califone International, Inc. announced today that Carnegie Speech, the premier developer of software for assessing and teaching spoken language skills, will now provide Califone headsets to support its speech recognition software. Read More »

LearnSprout and inBloom Announce Strategic Partnership

LearnSprout, the first universal application programming interface (API) for K-12 education announced today a strategic partnership with inBloom (formerly the Shared Learning Collaborative). With the announcement, LearnSprout will provide schools and districts with free access to LearnSprout Connect to power a direct integration with inBloom. Read More »

'myCreate' App Incorporates 21st Century Skills and Common Core Concepts

The new myCreate app, offered by iCreate to Educate, allows students to easily express their ideas through the hands-on creation of videos. Using anything from classroom resources to household items, students demonstrate their understanding of common core content. Videos are then saved to personal albums and/or shared with educators, peers and family... Read More »

Webinar Series Encourages Using iPads in the Special Ed Classroom

The iPad has been an inspiration for students with special needs. Atomic Learning invites educators to share their success stories using iPads with students with special needs through a series of three free webinar discussions. Each webinar will allow educators to learn more about the impact of iPads on students with special needs, .... Read More »

Robust Broadband Access Foundational to K-12 School Reform,

Today the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) released an independent analysis commissioned from Netcraft, a highly-regarded Internet services company, that compares and contrasts popular broadband speed test tools in use by U.S. K-12 schools to support technology-enhanced school reform and improvement efforts, including for the implementation of the Common Core. Read More »

DynEd® Releases Its ELL Solutions for the Android®

DynEd International, Inc., a global leader in the English language learning solutions market, announces the availability of its award-winning applications with Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) on the Android mobile platform. With this release, DynEd brings the first mobile English solution with integrated ASR technology to the world’s fastest growing mobile platform. Read More »

Preston Education Launches New Online Magazine for Teachers

A popular website and blog followed by teachers nationally and internationally has launched an online magazine, Preston Education Publishing announced today. Charity Preston, author of Organized Classroom blog and website, said the new magazine is designed for busy elementary and middle school teachers. Read More »

Survey Aims To Gauge Educators' Attitudes Toward Online Search

The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) has launched round two of its LRMI educator survey, asking teachers, library media specialists, curriculum specialists, and others involved in searching for educational resources to share their experiences and challenges. Read More »