The education revolution is here. Digitization of learning, although critical, wasn’t on the fast track. The pandemic changed all that.
With COVID, there has been a direct impact in the way students “do science”. Flinn Scientific focuses on students learning how to be able to gather data.
Across the nation, higher-ed leaders are grappling with the question of how they will ensure a continued safe on-campus environment for students, faculty, and staff in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact tracing and...
This summer posed some unique challenges for colleges and universities across the country, as many needed to act quickly to implement the right AV technology solutions to help faculty create collaborative and engaging learning exp
Since the pandemic hit the U.S. in early 2020, K12 and universities have shifted to online learning, but not all have been successful.
While most areas of our day to day lives have changed immensely during the pandemic, students in particular have had no choice but to adapt rapidly to new learning setups.
While E-rate remains a crucial program for schools and libraries to ensure connectivity, the COVID-19 pandemic brought attention to the need for increased flexibility and funds for off-campus learning.
A global pandemic can change learning, but it can’t stop it–and during a virtual EDUCAUSE conference session, educators heard directly from students how to best meet student needs during online learning.
At Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County Community College (MCCC), athletics, technology, and academics have come together to form a successful esports program that promotes equity and collaboration.
The challenges facing higher education today are complex, multifaceted, and interrelated — and technology-fueled innovation is fundamental to solving them. This is why the higher-education technology group EDUCAUSE has identified
In this episode, Hardeep talks about how the right analytics and data management techniques can help solve the most pressing education issues, from social emotional learning lapses to digital inequities.
Bites Media’s Nick Farrell and Emily David join host JW Marshall for a discussion on how the company is getting the next generation of middle and high school students engaged with American news and democracy.
There are still 3 million students, predominately middle and high school students still missing from school since the pandemic started.
Panasonic’s Darryl Krall outlines how the company’s long history in education has prepared it to help educators and students thrive during this time of accelerated change.
In this episode, the President and CEO of Lightspeed Systems talks about the efforts of the edTech industry to address the new realities of remote education and how schools will not only survive this crisis...
Before they help the students, teachers have to help themselves.
On this episode of ScreenBeam’s Collaborative Tech Talks, Dr. Judy Fields, CEO of Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, and David Lopez, ScreenBeam Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances joined host Tyler Kern to outline the partnership
HP and leading partners are turning to immediate action to close the homework and digital access gap
Much of the recent argument raging about reopening schools rests on the quality of online instruction. That’s understandable. However, there’s much about online instruction that remains misunderstood. It’s time to change that…
The environment in which a student learns has a drastic impact on their life. The quality of student learning affects retention rates, test scores, and overall academic health. It can also have a large impact...
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