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Beyond the laws: Building a student data privacy compliance program
Commentary: To change the conversation around data privacy programs, start by stripping away the complexity and rallying around the school system's mission.
Indiana funds cybersecurity research to support school districts
Candice Dodson, Indiana's director of elearning, discusses cybersecurity and blended learning — and offers advice to other districts and states.
TenMarks to shut down operations after 2018-19 school year
Teachers expressed dismay after the Amazon Education company announced plans to "wind down" its personalized math and writing solutions.
OER reaches ‘inflection point,’ and states are leading the charge
Special report: Changes in policy, perception and technology are propelling Indiana, Michigan, Utah, Washington and other states to build digital libr
OpenStax grows in popularity, but overall awareness of OER remains low
Higher ed faculty are increasingly turning to OpenStax for low-cost, openly licensed printed and digital materials for their students.
Indiana educators benefitting from state's commitment to OER
Candice Dodson describes the work Indiana has done to promote openly licensed digital resources during an interview with EdScoop TV.
EdTech Hero: Val Emrich promotes accessibility for students with disabilities in Maryland
Under Emrich's leadership, "accessibility for all students" has become a major theme in statewide meetings, conferences and events.
Blackboard now offering over half a million open educational resources to K-12 students
Blackboard and ACT's OpenEd are collaborating to deliver free, openly licensed materials to school districts.
EdTech Hero: Candice Dodson, Indiana’s champion for blended learning
Dodson introduced and implemented a program to make virtual school days part of the state's academic calendar.
Amazon re-activates the once-contentious upload feature on Inspire
The publishing tool that got the tech company in trouble over a year ago is now back and easy to use.