Part 2 of my 8-part IT buyer's guide - More K12 goodness.
News and analysis on IT and computing in the education sector.
Chris Dawson is a freelance writer, consultant, and policy advocate with 20 years of experience in education, technology, and the intersection of the two.
This is the first of an eight-part series on our favorite thing to do during the summer: spend our budget before it gets cut!
I'd be lost without Evernote and I'm hardly the only one. Check out this interview with Evernote VP John McGeachie.
It's easy to find creative gifts for grads that will be appreciated for years to come.
Angela Maiers and I are going to be addressing one of the biggest challenges facing today's schools, educators, students, parents, and even businesses in this live webcast.
It's time that teachers learned to stop selling themselves short. Announcing some very cool professional (and personal) development!
Kirsten Winkler and I interviewed the founders of Coursera late last week; the two hd
Video from my new bi-weekly wrapup of interesting ed tech stories with Kirsten Winkler
Most Wednesdays, I run a live webinar on WizIQ, usually on some ed tech-related topic. I tend not to post the recordings here since there is definitely a commercial element to them (I wouldn't be much of an evangelist for the company if there wasn't).
Adobe released important research on the value of creativity worldwide; at the same time, they put their money where their mouth is, making Adobe's Creative Suite much more affordable for schools and students.