Richard Culatta delves into everything from how the ed-tech world is handling criticism and scandals, to the increasing number of virtual and augmented reality products entering the K-12 marketplace.
The nation’s biggest ed-tech conference begins this week in Chicago. See what’s on the agenda.
Hear from our experts at ISTE about what principals think of educational technology, key market trends to watch, personalized learning and the future of work, and more.
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LRP Conferences, a publisher and conference organizer, announced that it has acquired the editorial and conference company Professional Media Group, LLC.
The assessment non-profit and university are identifying “dozens of advanced research and product development initiatives” in K-12 and beyond.
App developers who can’t find educators to provide feedback on their emerging products will soon be able to find help for that through ISTE.
A workshop at SXSWedu found educators and technology officers comparing notes about the critical factors that make ed-tech a success or failure in their districts.
Teachers and students can now take images from a 360-degree camera and, using tools from Google, turn them into their own “expeditions.”
As the use of virtual reality evolves in the U.S. and around the world, the next question is: what educational content will be created for it?