Texas Legislature and SBOE Make Policy Changes Affecting Ed Tech

The Texas Legislature meets every two years for 140 days. It’s a whirlwind of activity, even in the midst of a pandemic. The 87th Legislature […]

8 Classes You Didn’t Know You Could Take at FLVS

Dive into the sea to explore the ocean’s biodiversity. Take flight and travel the world. Paint your way through mid-century Italy. Sound just like what […]

Sidewalk May Share Too Much from Your Alexa

As you may know, I am a huge Amazon Alexa fan. I own four of these devices (two at my house, one at my office, […]

Checklist: Learning with Technology

When schools take a look at campus educational technology efforts and how the technology is being leveraged for learning, they need to keep a few […]

Digital Citizenship for Elementary Students

In a world defined by information, and the technologies that store and move that data, understanding how to interact in a digital space is nothing […]

How do you know your employees are secure?

jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); Posted by Sonata Ožemblauskaitė, Group Security and Compliance Manager Over 20 billion data records were leaked in 2020 across 1,120 data breaches and cyber-attacks. […]

Cybersecs Pulse: U.S. Schools Are Buying Technology To Check And Track Students Phones

Cybersecurity, privacy, digital rights and more. Whose school fell in the ransomware trap this week? Find out here! More Cybersecs in eLearning In 2016 a […]

CryptPad: An Encrypted Office Space

Most of us dwell in closed ecosystems for our work. You may depend on Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace to provide a safe working environment. […]

How Organizations Can Use eLearning to Improve Cybersecurity

Organizations today face greater threats than ever before. Nowhere is that truer than in the increase of cybersecurity threats. Once, only large businesses needed to […]

COVID-19 and Cybersecurity: 'Catastrophic Attack on Our Technology Systems'

Two of the nation's largest school districts were rattled recently by incidents related to internet security and privacy.

Schools Aren't Doing Enough to Protect Their Networks, Top Cybersecurity Official Warns

The nation's top cybersecurity official urged schools to take advantage of free federal resources for safeguarding their networks.

Three Easy Strategies for Computer Security

November is a big month for computer security. The 30th happens to be National Computer Security Day, a nice reminder for students to reflect on […]

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