What's New(16)

Web Resources CNN Student News (www.cnn.com/education), a free and commercial-free news program that airs on CNN Headline News and can be streamed for the classroom, has added new features for the 2005-2006 school year. These features include online access to the full version of CNN Student News without a password;
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0

Web Resources

CNN Student News (www.cnn.com/education), a free and commercial-free news program that airs on CNN Headline News and can be streamed for the classroom, has added new features for the 2005-2006 school year. These features include online access to the full version of CNN Student News without a password; 14 days of archived video for educators; and a weekly News Quiz about the entire week's program.

Students at schools that subscribe to BrainPop (www.brainpop.com) can now get access to the site's animated movies, comics, quizzes, and activities from home. For a limited time, a 12-month School + Home Access subscription costs $1,350.

Pearson School Systems' (www.pearsonschoolsystems.com) latest version of its Web-based student- and school-assessment program, Pearson Inform, has been released. Inform 3.3 allows users to customize results folders and demographic attributes for their schools, print reports for multiple schools or students at one time, and import data directly into the program.

Scenario Learning's (www.scenario learninginc.com) SchoolMSDS.com is a Web-based system that helps schools organize material safety data sheets about hazardous chemicals used in the school district.

Software

Vernier Software and Technology (www.vernier.com) has updated its data-collection software, Logger Pro 3. Logger Pro 3.4 features enhanced video analysis and mathematical modeling of data capabilities and is available to users of previous Logger Pro versions for $50.

Wolfram Research's (www.wolfram.com) Mathematica CalcCenter 3 is designed to give math students an affordable alternative to the Mathematica software and can be downloaded in semester and annual editions.

Endeavor Information Systems (www.endinfosys.com) has released the latest version of its integrated library management system, Voyager 5.0. New features added in response to user feedback include increased privacy capabilities and enhancements to circulation services, serials processing, and searching.

DocForm v4.0, from Toshiba America Business Solutions (www.copiers.toshiba.com), allows users to design, create, and deliver real-time electronic documents, forms, and reports. The software has new features like Visual Condition Builder, Expression Editor, and Layout Editor, and it has optional modules for signature pad and tablet PC hardware.

Texthelp's (www.texthelp.com) Lexiflow aims to make the production of electronic textbooks easier for textbook publishers by converting PDF-based instructional materials into NIMAS-compliant, talking Flash presentations for classroom use.

Hardware

Interactive Products Division's (www.interactivewhiteboards.com) PI-1500 is a 15-inch LCD tablet with electronic pen that can be used as a navigation device without the need to install software. It has built-in speakers and front control panels, an adjustable stand, and software for presentation tools. Also, the battery-powered Mobilepresenter BT, compatible with Windows 2000 XP or higher, uses wireless Bluetooth technology to communicate with a computer via a standard USB port.


The PI-1500, from Interactive Products Division, features electro-magnetic technology and an electronic pen.

Featured

Related

Image placeholder title

November 2010 What’s New

The new enhancements for the Acuity InFormative Assessment solution include a feature that automatically assigns instructional resources to students based on their Acuity assessment results.

T&L News(16)

High School Students to get LaptopsIf all goes as planned, Gainesville (GA) City Schools’ high school students will each receive a laptop computer for the 2006-07 school year. Middle schools students will receive computers the following year. Alabama Students Get ACCESSACCESS, a $3.4 million statewide pilot

What’s New - May 2009 promo image

What’s New - May 2009

These new levels, initially available in Spanish and English, will include extended, more complex conversations and grammar, expanded vocabulary and additional opportunities for speaking that prepare learners for everyday interactions in their language of study.

Image placeholder title

November 2012, What’s New

PBS LearningMedia has launched acompilation of election-focused digitalresources for K-12 students. The Election2012 Collection features a student-focusednewscast, highlighting issues from the campaigntrail, a multimedia glossary, interactivedigital games, and lesson plans gearedtowards high school students and teachers.

What's New(20)

Web Resources In commemoration of Earth Day, BrainPOP will show four free feature movies on environmental topics during the month of April. Topics are Earth, Global Warming, Recycling, and Earth's Atmosphere. iEARN and the Daniel Pearl Foundation have launched PEARL World Youth News, an international news service

What's New February 2009

ONLINE SOFTWAREDigital Photo Suite 2009Price $49.99Category web design toolshe Digital Photo Suite 2009 makes it simple to organize, enhance, and share photos. Combining the tagging and sorting features of Serif’s new AlbumPlus X3 with the image stitching of PanoramaPlus 3

Image placeholder title

What’s New

iboss Cybersecurity (www.iboss.com) has announced an upgrade to its advanced APT defense solution, FireSphere.

What's New(17)

Web Resources Learning Through Sports has launched a 3-D version of its Web-based math, reading, and language arts program, Kid's College. Designed for K-8 learners, the 3-D Kid's College features live action and more realistic visuals than its previous version. Schools currently using Kid's College will have

Image placeholder title

July 2010 What’s New

Online & Software A+® VLABS SCIENCE PACK 1 WWW.AMERED.COM VLABS A+® VLabs Science Pack 1 provides a way for educators to engage students and present scientific concepts and experiments. Students observe, record, and enter data using methods similar to those