From repurposing devices to partnering with local internet providers, edtech leaders have been resourceful in ensuring that the tools for remote learning are in place and working
Districts need to create long-term virtual professional development plans to support educators and encourage the effective use of digital tools
ManagedMethods, a Google G Suite and Microsoft 365 cybersecurity and student safety platform for K-12 school districts, today announced the addition of Google Meet and Chat monitoring and reporting to its platform.
The Education Market Association and The Amos Group have developed the online communications platform EDcommunity.
T&L discusses remote learning and digital equity with Diane Doersch and Kali Alford of Digital Promise, who talk about the related challenges and new opportunities.
How Mobile County Public Schools has provided online professional development and support for its schools
How Mountain Brook Schools implemented a remote learning plan, including podcasts, an elearning conference, and other resources.
Tech & Learning interviews Doug Levin, founder of the K–12 Cyber Incident Map, which has been instrumental in drawing attention to cybersecurity threats facing U.S.
Educators shared one great thing that has happened during this time of remote teaching and learning.
Teams has several new upgrades to make Teams a great option for digital education and video conferencing.
Tech & Learning's Invite-Only Conference for K-12 School District Leaders focus on today's most pressing education issues.
Gaggle will integrate its safety solution, under the name Gaggle Safety Management for Teams, with Microsoft Teams.
PBLWorks, provider of professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL), is transitioning many of its workshops and services to an online format through June 2020,