Author: By Guest Blogger Mark Dashper August 29,2012
The Peace Project focuses on global collaboration between the multimedia class at Louisiana State University Laboratory School High School and Odori High School in Japan.
Author: By Terry Freedman August 27,2012
Education technology in New Zealand is rapidly changing due to the recent introduction of high speed broadband internet to schools across the country.
Author: By Kim Cofino August 24,2012
For a couple of decades the educational technology sector has enjoyed the largesse of various governments who were convinced that it would benefit the economy in the long term.
Yokohama International School is the second-oldest international school in the world, founded in 1924.
Paragon Software Group launches its new "Modern Teacher’s Dictionary" pro bono educational program
Meru Networks, Inc., provider of 802.11n wireless enterprise networking, is partnering with Northgate Managed Services to provide Wi-Fi connectivity to over 350,000 teachers and pupils in 1,200 schools.
Qualcomm Incorporated, Nan Chiau Primary School and Microsoft have announced the launch of the WE Learn mobile education project
The Washington Post recently reported resistance from South Korean schools on the move to a digital curriculum.
A new survey into parent’s attitudes to their children’s use of the internet has found that 86% of Irish parents think using the internet is an important part of their child’s education.
Schoology, developers of a free, cloud-based collaborative learning platform for K-12 classrooms, today announced a $1 million investment from Cempaka Schools in Malaysia and a partnership to jointly promote increased usage of the Schoology platform in school systems throughout Malaysia and Singapore.