Most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts
Just 30 percent of software licenses purchased by K-12 school districts were used by students, according to a recent academic study.
5 privacy considerations before trying new edtech in the classroom
Student privacy becomes less overwhelming when teachers consider a few key tips, says Susan M. Bearden of the Future of Privacy Forum.
Five steps to rolling out a successful classroom device program
Commentary: Lenovo Software's Jessica Menasian highlights considerations around budget, digital citizenship and teacher needs.
Three key questions for understanding your edtech ecosystem
Commentary: edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey explains how a little probing could uncover a fragmented and potentially privacy-violating K-12 edtech environment.
ISTE releases first-ever multi-disciplinary K-12 STEM guidelines
The competencies are intended to give all K-12 teachers, regardless of subject, a base for instructing computer science.
How to empower superintendents and connect technology with learning
edweb's Stacey Pusey breaks down a recent webinar that details five steps toward a more judicious application of technology in the classroom.
'Hacking For Defense' course to be taught in 20 universities this year
The course will challenge graduate students to come up with solutions to common military and intelligence problems.
New faculty management system to bring '$1 million' in savings to University of Louisville
A three-year deal with Interfolio will supplant the institution's "electronic to paper to electronic again" process.
Cyber-physical systems program to debut at University of Virginia
Through $3 million in funding from the National Science Foundation, a new program will train graduate students in cyber-physical and IoT systems.