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Cap and Diploma.

What is the story behind the statement that there is no “next big thing”? ¬ EdTech Magazine recently¬ quoted Cameron Evans saying, “The reality is that there is no “next big thing”…The next big shift will be all of these things taken together.” First, you will have to read the original EdTech article to…(Read More)


In just under two years, the venerable¬ Windows XP operating system will reach end of support on April 8, 2014. What should schools do to get ready for what’s next? For over ten years, schools and universities around the world have been using Windows XP as the core operating system for the business of…(Read More)

Which one of these students is eBook Reader?

A new report from Pew Research Center highlights “the rise of e-reading”¬ and the Americans who read electronically. Only one of these students read an eBook last year. ¬ This is a timely study as more schools and universities investigate how ETEXT can be a core component of next-generation learning. PCs favored…(Read More)


Whether through pop-up books, textured art, enhanced audio pages, or scratch-n-sniff photos, writers have been attempting to engage our senses more fully when reading. Now, the emergence of low-costs sensors will enable reading to be deeply engaging…(Read More)


While the conversation about whether students should bring their own devices seems pressing pressing now, it is not the consumerization shift we need to get our collective heads around next. The next debate will be about how do we enable students to ‚Äúbring your own data,‚ÄĚ not devices…(Read More)

Windows 24/7

The journey to the next release of Windows has begun with groundbreaking support for System on a Chip (SoC) architectures.¬ Keep reading after the break to learn what this means for students, e-textbooks, and collaborative learning. Today, at CES 2011 Microsoft announced the next version of Windows would run on System on a…(Read More)