December 2014

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Favorite 2014 Tools from Tech & Learning’s Advisors

Read our advisors’ picks for the best of 2014. Who likes Google Inbox? Who likes Evernote? Who prefers Chomebooks over iPads? You’ll want to know what these innovative educators have added to the toolbox.

Tech & Learning Live Highlights

This past fall, Tech & Learning Live (formerly Tech Forum) hosted two days of professional learning: one in New York and one in Texas. Check out some highlights of these conversations. You can find more discussions online at and in person in Long Beach (January 30), Atlanta (March 13), Boston (May 1), and Chicago (May 7).

Awards of Excellence

T&L congratulates the winners of our 32nd annual Awards of Excellence program. Honored software, hardware, network, and Web products include innovative applications that break new ground as well as those that added significant enhancements to proven education tools. A panel of more than 30 educators, who tested more than 150 entries, chose the winners. The opportunities for using technology in the classroom have never been better, but making purchasing decisions has never been more difficult. We hope that the hard work our judges have performed this year adds insight to our readers’ search for the best solutions.

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Editor's Note: Our Annual Accolades



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December 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESLeader of the Year Award Tech & Learning honors four educators who know what it takes to get a project done. From “tech forts” in New Mexico to funding tablet PC programs in Kentucky, these educators prove that hard work

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DECEMBER Award 2008 Table of Contents

FEATURES Leader of the Year Award Tech & Learning honors four educators who know what it takes to get a project done. From one to one progress in Alaska to new media successes in Rochester, NY, these educators prove that

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TechLearning Blog December 2008

December 18, 2008's a matter of WHEN (this is part 2 of the post that Cheryl Oakes started on Tuesday... a "passing the baton" of ideas, if you will) One reason we bought our house was because it had