5 Big Ed-Tech Problems to Solve in 2020: Q&A With ISTE's Richard Culatta

Teaching students to communicate with intelligent machines, moving from coding to computational thinking, and asking better questions before purchasing tech are top priorities.

Usability, Performance, And Data: How To Ensure LMS Excellence For Years To Come

The modern LMS experience is a three-legged stool, where its strategic use gets compromised if any of the three legs is not up to par. […]

Fully-Featured Free Trials And Other Things You Should Dare to Ask Your LMS Sales Rep

You cannot replace the LMS experience for a significant number of varied stakeholders with a brochure or a small sample. And you cannot predict design […]

The NY Times Tackled Teachers and Ed Tech. Social Media Responded.

Technology companies courting influential teachers to promote their products has raised ethics concerns - and the practice has attracted critical media attention.

How to Ask Your Admin for New EdTech

In the world of edtech purchasing, a gap often exists between the users and the buyers. A tech director, principal, or other administrator is charged […]

The Playbook for Choosing an LMS is Broken

We've been dropping hints for a while now that we'd be releasing a new resource on edtech procurement this spring. (Everyone's favorite topic of conversation!) […]

Noodle Markets Aiming to Create Amazon-Like K-12 Procurement Network

A company is attempting to launch a free online marketplace to help ed-tech vendors make their products known in the K-12 market, often a difficult […]

Ed-Tech Pilot Tests in Districts Informal, Short on Student Feedback, Study Finds

Both districts and ed-tech developers would benefit from collecting more feedback from teachers and students from pilot tests of products, a study suggests.

L.A. Mulls Proposed Settlement With Apple, Lenovo Over Troubled Tech Project

Superintendent Ramon Cortines said the settlement funds give the district an "exciting opportunity" to invest in schools that have little technology.

$30 Million e-Book Store for N.Y.C. Schools Likely to Be Run by Amazon

Educators in New York City would be able to buy e-books for their schools via an Amazon "storefront," pending approval of a $30 million contract.

Procurement and the LMS – Friend or Foe?

 Hello from down under, Peter the Koala says hi, which is funny because Mr. Cutie pie Koala could rip your arms out and munch on […]

Making use of that old digital camera

I came across a wonderful little gadget a few years back (it WAS expensive, I like expensive tiny gadgets!). At the time it was cutting […]

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