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New Techbook App from Discovery Education

Discovery Education announced the launch of a new iPad app for its award-winning Science Techbook™ series. The Discovery Education Techbook app™ is available for download on the App Store in the U.S. and Canada at no cost and empowers educators and students with an active Science Techbook account to access Discovery Education's dynamic digital content anywhere, anytime. Read More »

Texthelp Introduces New Study Skills Highlighting Tools

As part of Google's new Add-On area for Google Docs and Sheets, Texthelp has introduced its Highlighting Tools free add-on, designed to enable educators in schools and universities to help their students identify and group key facts together, collect words to learn, and undertake further research. Read More »

Sebit Partners with Knewton

Sebit announced a partnership with leading adaptive learning company Knewton. Sebit will integrate Knewton-powered adaptive learning technology first into Adaptive Curriculum, its web-based math and science lessons designed for grades 5-12, creating Sebit’s first personalized learning environment. Read More »

150,000 Quizzes Scanned with Quick Key Mobile!

Quick Key Mobile, the app that saves time by turning your iPhone or iPad into an optical scanner, was downloaded over 5,000 times last month. Teachers are scanning more than 1,500 quizzes and tests every weekday with Quick Key Mobile. Today, the total number of quizzes scanned will surpass 150,000 worldwide. Read More »

CK-12 Foundation Teams Up with Microsoft

CK-12 Foundation announced a new collaboration with Microsoft Corp. to offer free high-quality math and science content for the Windows 8 operating system. The first (of many) collaborative projects just released is a new Windows 8 application that allows students and teachers to access a rich library of K-12 STEM content to use in their daily learning and teaching. Read More »

Epson Introduces Centralized AV Switching

Epson introduced the PowerLite® Pilot™ 2 Projector Connection and Control Box, a comprehensive, user-friendly solution that consolidates connections and centralizes control of multimedia sources for educators using Epson's short throw and ultra-short throw classroom projectors. Read More »

Hatch Addresses Technology Durability in Early Childhood

Hatch announced the exclusive availability of a high definition touchscreen Hatch® Display and Hatch® Interactive Whiteboard for early childhood education. Both of the new education-specific products address the concern about reliability of technology in classrooms, and about the durability of computer-based learning systems for the early childhood education market. Read More »

Britannica Unveils New Reference and Research Site for Libraries

Britannica Digital Learning today announced Britannica Library, the next generation of its comprehensive reference and research service for library users of all ages. The newly designed site is Britannica's richest library product to date and includes new and continuously revised articles from encyclopedias, journals and periodicals, related multimedia, primary sources, links to useful Web sites and ebooks. Read More »

BenQ's New M7 Series Projectors

BenQ America Corp. introduced additions to the M7 Series of business projectors with the new MX768 and MW769. Part of the company's high brightness, high performance devices, the projection pair features up to 4,200 ANSI lumens of brightness, contrast ratios extending to 13,000:1, and flexible installation options that virtually eliminate the need to perform any manual adjustments. Read More »

Cerebellum Corp.'s New Streaming Site

Cerebellum Corporation has launched a new video streaming website for its award-winning line of Standard Deviants educational videos, which take an entertaining and fun approach to teach difficult core curriculum subjects. Now students and educators can use the SD Instant Access digital delivery and playback platform to instantly download or stream 274 Standard Deviants titles. Read More »