News from the National Educational Computing Conference:
HP and KNS (Knowledge Network Solutions) have teamed to expand the portfolio of professional development courses (opens in new tab) offered by HP. The new set of courses is designed to help teachers integrate technology into their curricula using student-centered instruction and project-based learning. Based on Microsoft® education solutions and the Adobe® Digital School Collection – an affordable, comprehensive, K-12-specific software collection sold by HP – these new courses help teachers and students learn to use industry-standard applications such as Adobe Photoshop®, Premiere and Acrobat® to develop digital storytelling skills and to create digital portfolios. Microsoft software such as OneNote, Office Live, Word Mobile and Movie Maker help students prepare for college and careers.
For more information, visit http://www.hp.com (opens in new tab)