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TabPilot Announces Early Experience Program for iOS Version

TabPilot Learning Systems announced the expansion of their school-centric tablet management system to include iOS. The iOS version is now available to select schools through a limited "Early Experience Program" for which the company is now taking applications. Read More »

Mentoring Minds Now Available on iPad

Mentoring Minds announced that its Total Motivation supplemental curriculum is now available to the millions of students around the country learning with iPads. Total Motivation is a standards-aligned, supplemental curriculum, delivered in a groundbreaking combined print and online solution, now optimized for iPads, Chromebooks, Macs, and PCs. Read More »

WGBH Launches New Bilingual Website and Curriculum

WGBH has announced the launch of an all-new bilingual website and curriculum for Peep and the Big Wide World, preschool science and math series. Available in both English and Spanish, the site includes PEEP animated episodes, live-action videos, new games, and family activities, as well as an extensive collection of educational materials and professional development tools for center-based and family-based preschool educators. Read More »

Dr. Seuss’ Titles Added To Mackin’s Catalog of eBooks

Mackin Educational Resources announced the highly-anticipated addition of Penguin Random House’s most popular eBook titles, including the lauded list of Dr. Seuss favorites, to their growing catalog of eBooks and digital resources. These highly sought-after titles can be accessed through MackinVIA; the company’s free proprietary digital resource platform. Read More »

EasyBib Integrates with EBSCO Resources

EBSCO information Services and EasyBib have made it possible to directly export citations from EBSCO resources to EasyBib. The integration creates an effortless way for students and researchers to ethically use their resources. With the EBSCO integration with EasyBib, library users simply have to select the article they want to cite and click on the EasyBib option in the export process. Read More »

Flocabulary Raps Top 10 Reasons To Code

“Coders change the world when they’re puttin’ in the work.” It’s just one of many reasons to code, according to Flocabulary’s newest educational hip-hop video. In time for this year’s Computer Science Education Week, Flocabulary announces a free video highlighting the top ten reasons to code to engage students in computer science. Read More »

Atomic Learning Adds Training on Blackboard Collaborate

Atomic Learning recently added training content on Blackboard® Collaborate™ to its training library. In Atomic Learning's online training series, educators will learn about creating, presenting, and moderating web conferences through Blackboard Collaborate™, which lead to new approaches to learning while involving each student on an individual level Read More »

Autodesk Makes Design Software Free to Schools Worldwide

Fulfilling its promise to expand access to its professional design software in education, Autodesk, Inc. has made its industry-leading design, engineering and entertainment software free* to students, instructors and academic institutions worldwide. Read More »

Vinci Education Announces New Virtual School for Toddlers and Preschoolers

VINCI Education is breaking new ground again with the first virtual school for toddlers and preschoolers that also provides virtual certified teachers and free tablets. ClassVINCI Home is the new program offered by VINCI Virtual School. It builds upon and extends the company's already successful school solution... Read More »

Adaptive Curriculum Delivers Biology and Life Science Apps for Grades 5-12

Adaptive Curriculum release its new app-based Biology and Life Science solutions for middle schools and high schools. Teachers and students in grades 5-12 can now access interactive math and science apps from their Windows 8.1 and Android computers and tablets. Read More »