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Showbie iPad App for Classroom Workflow Now Available for iPhone and Web

News/Breaking News - Posted 24 Mar 2015

McGraw-Hill Education Releases New Version of Building Blocks Supplemental Math Program

News/Breaking News - Posted 18 Mar 2015

Lerner Publishing Group Launches Audisee eBooks with Audio

News/Breaking News - Posted 16 Mar 2015

CoSN K-12 Report: Assessment Readiness, Money, & Privacy Top Priorities for School Technology Leaders

News/Breaking News - Posted 16 Mar 2015

SETDA Publishes Brief on the Quality of Digital Content for Learning

News/Breaking News - Posted 12 Mar 2015

Generation YES, Learning.com Partner to Create Project NextTech

News/Breaking News - Posted 10 Mar 2015

PBS KIDS Announces Annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest

News/Breaking News - Posted 03 Mar 2015

MindPlay Introduces New Professional Development Program About Dyslexia

News/Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2015

EBSCO Introduces Explora, New EBSCOhost Interface for Schools and Public Libraries

News/Breaking News - Posted 26 Feb 2015

Skyward Announces Test Bank Management Solution

News/Breaking News - Posted 25 Feb 2015

Filament Games Launches Backyard Engineers Physical Science Engineering Game

News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Feb 2015

ParentSquare's Analytics Dashboard to Help Schools Measure and Improve Parent Engagement

News/Breaking News - Posted 19 Feb 2015
 

Features

  

TOOLS FOR LEARNING: The Bring-Your-Own Dilemma

Student devices are enjoying widespread use in classrooms. The usage question is no longer about "how much," but about "how well." Victor's got some stats, plus views and advice from a range of educators.
Editorial/Features
Posted 01 Mar 2015
- Mar/Apr 2015 Issue By

Grazing, Looping, and Skimming: Understanding Students’ Digital Habits

The digital and research habits that students learn online-in and out of school-influence their expectations for the resources they use in the course of their research. EBSCO user experience researcher Deirdre Costello and her team have delved into those habits and lay out their findings—and how they can help you as a librarian—here.
Editorial/Features
Posted 01 Jan 2015
- Jan/Feb 2015 Issue By

TOOLS FOR LEARNING: Search, Research, and Discovery, in Life and in Learning

For you, for your colleagues, for your students, or for your own pursuits—and in celebration of research—Victor provides a variety of useful tools for learning in the areas of search, research, and discovery for life and learning.
Editorial/Features
Posted 14 Nov 2014
- Nov/Dec 2014 Issue By

TOOLS FOR LEARNING: Mobile Learning has Gone App-Happy!: Trends and Tactics in Mobile Learning

As Victor Rivero reports, education apps account for 10.6 percent of available apps on Apple Store ... and that's 10.6 percent of a whole lot of apps! What's needed, then, is not another list of the 20 best, but a guide to the aggregators of education apps.
Editorial/Features
Posted 01 Sep 2014
- Sep/Oct 2014 Issue By
 

Columns

  

BELLTONES: Embrace Your Inner Doodler. Join the Sketchnoting Revolution!

Still smarting from a scolding in first grade for doodling on her paper in class, Mary Ann is gratified that educators have finally seen the light … and the learning value … in doodling, or, let's call it "sketchnoting."
Column/Belltones
Posted 01 Mar 2015
- Mar/Apr 2015 Issue By

THE NEW MEDIA CENTER: Making Learning Interactive

Always promoting primary sources, Mary Alice looks this time at the Library of Congress's six new interactive ebook primary source sets and finds them enticing and full of intriguing, useful tools.
Column/The New Media Center
Posted 01 Mar 2015
- Mar/Apr 2015 Issue By

EDITOR'S NOTES: BYOD Revisited–Who's Using What Device, Why, and How?

Column/Editor’s Notes
Posted 01 Mar 2015
- Mar/Apr 2015 Issue By

IDEA WATCH: Ebooks–What Can We Learn From Students?

Ebook usage is taking off rather slowly in school libraries as compared to public libraries. With that in mind, Carolyn has dug into nationally gathered data on students and ebooks and is in the process of gathering and analyzing more locally. Learn how she's proceeding and what she's learning in this issue's Idea Watch.
Column/Idea Watch
Posted 01 Jan 2015
- Jan/Feb 2015 Issue By

THE PIPELINE: Influence--Real Makerspaces in School Libraries

Makerspaces: flashy trend or core to school libraries' mandate? Stephen asks the question, explores "making" in depth, and, unsurprisingly, urges you to support all types of spaces and the maker movement.
Column/The Pipeline
Posted 01 Jan 2015
- Jan/Feb 2015 Issue By

EDITOR'S NOTES: Today's Digital Students, Their Digital World, and Our Libraries

Column/Editor’s Notes
Posted 01 Jan 2015
- Jan/Feb 2015 Issue By
 

CyberBee’s Web Pick
For March 15, 2015: Do your students have cabin fever? Here's a great solution that will get them outdoors: a GPS lesson from the Science Spot.
 

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POPULAR ARTICLES

TOOLS FOR LEARNING: The Bring-Your-Own Dilemma

Student devices are enjoying widespread use in classrooms. The usage question is no longer about "how much," but about "how well." Victor's got some stats, plus views and advice from a range of educators.
Posted 01 Mar 2015

Learning.com Unveils New High School Digital Literacy Course for District Implementation

Now available for district use, Project NextTech helps students develop the 21st century skills needed for high school, college, and the workforce.
Posted 04 Feb 2015

THIRTEEN's Award-Winning History Game Series Mission US Launches its Fourth Virtual Adventure for Teens

Students experience the struggle to support a family and protect workers' rights in early 1900s New York City. "City of Immigrants" debuted February 11, 2015 on the Mission US website.
Posted 12 Feb 2015

MIND Research Institute's K-12 Game-a-thon Invites Students to 'Math Your Own Adventure'

The nonprofit MIND Research Institute's annual competition gets kids to build educational math games.
Posted 09 Feb 2015

ABC-CLIO Announces “Think Out Loud” Innovation Grant Recipients

Grant recipients will use ABC-CLIO Solutions online curriculum collections to implement inventive projects and elevate student thinking.
Posted 10 Feb 2015
 
 
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