Educational Technology

ALA Midwinter Meeting 2017: The Transformative, Action-Oriented Conversations Continue Here

“The conversation starts here…” is a long-standing tagline for American Library Association conferences such as the one beginning this week here in Atlanta. But I […]

Digital skills for post-university life

How can technology be used to help prepare for post-university life? There are many digital tools that can help students to start researching careers and building […]

New Upgrade for Qwickly Attendance Introduces Split Registers and Much More…

We’re pleased to announce that Qwickly Attendance for Blackboard will receive a fairly big update on Wednesday 18th January. The update is better known as version […]

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at a Hybrid Conference

In 2015, the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) enlisted the help of iCohere to expand their in-person conference to a hybrid conference. Leadership believed since the […]

Let us help!

“Talk to us!” Whether you have a definite idea of how you want to use learning technology and innovate your  teaching, see the potential for […]

Problem-based ILT workshop

Over the years in a learning technologist role I have delivered many training sessions on introducing and reinforcing the creative use of Information Learning Technology (ILT).  […]

NCCE Member Highlight: Crista Anderson

NAME and TITLE: Crista Anderson, Principal SCHOOL DISTRICT: Dixon School District NCCE MEMBER SINCE: 2009 What is one new initiative you are working on in […]

Great opportunity for Seattle educators attending NCCE 2017!

ATTENTION SEATTLE AREA EDUCATORS – We have a NEW opportunity for you to start your NCCE 2017 adventure on Wednesday, March 22 while you travel […]

Where do the 1% send their kids to college? Where do the bottom 60%

Where do the 1% send their kids to college? Where do the bottom 60%: Interactive site from the NYT...

8 Creative Activities for Preschoolers

January 16, 2017 | By Kali Kan Sometimes, it can seem as though a preschooler’s imagination is boundless. By making use of the following list […]

Tech It Up Tuesday: Differentiate Instruction Using Google Classroom

It’s Tuesday and time for me to unleash the first tech-isode of 2017! Read on to learn more about “Tech It Up Tuesday”, a series of […]

Using social media to extend learning

A few weeks ago we spoke to a group of students about how they see the systems we use in the college. Although they felt […]