"Digital instructional materials"

Five reasons schools need to address cybersecurity now

by Stacey Pusey • 1 month ago

Commentary: Administrators should stop putting off  IT security, and build a comprehensive plan today, says edWeb.net’s Stacey Pusey.

Leadership 'key' to personalized learning success

by Betsy Foresman • 2 months ago

The Friday Institute's Nancy Mangum told a conference audience that personalized learning needs unified institutional support to thrive.

For Ohio University, an OER partnership outpaces expectations

by Patience Wait • 6 months ago

The public university says students will save million in textbook fees this year — about double what it initially projected from its deal with Top Ha

SETDA guide urges educators to focus on the process, not the purchase

by EdScoop Staff • 6 months ago

Commentary: Leaders from SETDA and the Oregon Department of Education describe the process of reviewing and adopting quality instructional materials.

How two states are tackling the shift to digital education

by EdScoop Staff • 7 months ago

Commentary: While Idaho uses a structured review process for instructional materials, Pennsylvania has evolved organically to use digital educational content.

Fresh thinking about data entry can reduce the burden for educators

by EdScoop Staff • 10 months ago

Education leaders from Georgia and Nebraska outline how they've made data interoperability standards work for and with their school districts.

For two states, digital transition requires an overhaul of the process

by EdScoop Staff • 10 months ago

During a recent SETDA event, edtech representatives from Nevada and Florida described their new approaches to adopting digital materials.

Privacy policies can conflict with personalized learning, but they don't have to, NASBE finds

by Patience Wait • 11 months ago

As schools sort out privacy issues, they also must be aware of inequality among schools, the new report says.

OER reaches ‘inflection point,’ and states are leading the charge

by Emily Tate • 12 months ago

Special report: Changes in policy, perception and technology are propelling Indiana, Michigan, Utah, Washington and other states to build digital libr

Shaping K-12 learning experiences with online mapping activities

by EdScoop Staff • 12 months ago

Commentary: Students of all grades levels can use GIS software to enhance learning, critical thinking and collaboration.

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