Getting the Most from Your K-12 Office 365 Implementation

Microsoft continues to expand its offerings for education, specifically with developments for Office 365 and the rollout of Microsoft Teams. For schools and districts interested […]

Infographic: Real Student Safety Saves Lives

This infographic can be shared on your website or printed to display in your school, library or classroom. Request a high-resolution version suitable for printing […]

WTF? What Kids are Saying in Text Messages

BRB, LOL, LMAO, SMH, TTYL, WTF. Most of us are aware of SMS language found in text messages, also known as textese, texting language and […]

Make Student Safety a Priority this School Year

As the 2017-18 school year gets underway, it’s never too late to evaluate what you’re doing to keep students safe when they use school-provided tools […]

How to Get the Most from Your G Suite for Education Implementation

Earlier this year, Google announced that it has more than 70 million G Suite for Education users worldwide. This number has increased from 50 million in […]

Why Does Safety Continue to be an Afterthought in EdTech?

Given the amount of funding and resources poured into edtech, why does safety continue to be an afterthought? Especially with regard to online learning tools, […]

Should You Delete or Suspend Staff Email Accounts at Your School?

Teachers, administrators and other staff will take new jobs, retire and give IT departments other reasons to delete or suspend their email accounts. Fortunately, there […]

Glasshouse demonstration - September

Glasshouse is a sophisticated HTML5 based cloud authoring platform built by Sprout Labs. During this 30 minute webinar we will: Demonstrate some learning experiences that […]

The eLearning Assist: Episode 2 Catchup – Structuring a good training program

Learning how to structure a good training program can be challenging, especially if you’ve never done it before. To help you understand more about structuring […]

BALDT 2017 Learning Design Hackathon Wrap up

After running a successful hackathon event last year, this year the Bay Area Learning Design & Technology Meetup team expanded on their hackathon concept from […]

Getting Started With Classroom Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) technology is rapidly becoming a widely utilized tool for education. The technology provides more immersive and engaging experiences for students, which can […]

Name the School Object…

Are you looking to do something different to avoid those “blank face gaze”. Send the students out on a mission to capture photos of everyday […]

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