73% of the nation’s largest school districts are still educating students remotely this Fall. This means back to school shopping isn’t about that new backpack, but about buying bluetooth headphones, software, and computers to conn
We’ve grown our staff and “we continue today doing a whole range of webinars to help [teachers] really navigate the improvement of learning” said Elgart.
Polygon Germany was recently awarded the Innovation Prize 2020 by "Focus" and "Focus Money" and is among Germany's most innovative companies.
Patrick Long, Director at Opportune LLP, focuses on assisting companies with business issues and helps create process solutions. And, with so much data generated by companies today, Long noted a desire to utilize this information
Host Shaun MacIntosh is constructing a show with a host of thought-leaders from the industry that quite literally builds the world around us – construction.
While everyone keeps talking about students in their worry about COVID slide and remote learning, no one is talking to them about it.
Company brings threat assessment, special missions training, and commercial close air support expertise to the AIRO Group
This week Melissa Gonzalez and Glass-Media Founder sat down to discuss the company’s recent launch with DSW ahead of back-to-school shopping.
Marc Netka doesn’t mince his words. As CEO and Founder of STS Education, he is working through the current worldwide laptop shortage crisis but is not not happy about it.
As part of the agreement, Diversified has been named an Avid global partner, recognizing the worldwide reach and Avid-certified expertise of its workforce to specify, integrate, deploy and support all Avid products.
On this episode, Kevin Hogan discusses the use of technology in pursuit of improved learning outcomes for students of all ages.
This week on Voices of eLearning, Tony Wan of EdSurge poses the question, "Why can’t education also be entertainment?"
“Voice of eLearning,” takes a look at how problem-solving tech has evolved just since the pandemic began with guest Scott Pleasants, Chief Innovation Office at Innovate Learning.
Polls have found that destinations within 300 miles seems to be the comfort zone of most Americans—indicating this could be the summer of road trips.
In this episode, Brett talks about how his company responded to the incredible demand surge and the importance of supporting not only the students, but faculty and parents as well.
In this episode, hear from founder and CEO Tommy Kelly as he discusses the importance of local market knowledge and ecosystem coordination.
Insight from J.D. White, Chief Product Officer at Anthology, on the future of higher-ed technology and where campuses are headed
Edtech companies must develop tools to help higher ed adapt to changing needs and increase institutional success
One program for the 2 p.m. call, another for the 3 p.m. and then another utility for the notes. Working from home during the coronavirus pandemic has shown just how disparate many companies’ solutions are.
The latest cars on the market flout high-tech features like lane-assist and auto obstacle detection, alluring modern buyers. This smart software is designed for a safer drive, but recent third-party testing by the American Automob
The co-founder and CEO of Go Guardian talks about how his company is adjusting its products and services to these new scenarios and offers some hopeful insights for moving forward.
Regular MarketScale contributor Randall Warnas joined Daniel Litwin to discuss the future and limitations of thermal imaging technology.
Google and Facebook have been under increasing scrutiny for their power. Australia aims to confront that power head-on with a recent code drafted by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). The draft forces the...