E-rate Do’s and Don’ts
In spite of what the calendar says, now is the true “new year.” School is back in session, and it’s time to think about edtech funding and getting E-rate right.
Career ready: 3 questions to help build the workforce of the future
The lunchboxes — Pokemon, Paw Patrol, mermaids, superheroes — are a sign of things to come. Soon, educators begin the work of preparing students for what comes next: advanced education, work, life.
Inspiring those “a-ha” moments with digital learning
At the Shawnee Mission School District in Kansas, teachers and students innovate with collaboration technology to foster engagement and bring excitement and creativity to the classroom.
Summer reading list: modernizing IT and enhancing cybersecurity, plus a view of the bright side
Thinking of summer reading with digital teaching and learning in mind? Here are a few suggestions. Some are serious—think cybersecurity and IT modernization—but others are inspirational and fun.
[New Cybersecurity Report] How to Stay Ahead of the Latest Cyber Threats in Higher Ed
Nearly 60% of colleges and universities worldwide have experienced at least one public security breach, and in 2017, threats like these cost 51% of all affected institutions more than $500,000.
The Future of STEM: Cisco Networking Academy Turns 20
At a recent event in the Missouri state capitol, Cisco Networking Academy - which has reached millions of students worldwide - commemorated its 20-year anniversary with 120 graduates of Missouri programs.
The E-rate filing window is open! Here are our top 10 tips for success.
Have you begun the E-rate filing process? Schools have until March 22 to submit FCC Form 471 applications. These tips may take some of the guesswork out of the process.
Our Top 5 Education Posts of 2017: See What You Missed
We’re looking back at our five most-read blog posts of 2017. If you missed them the first time, now’s your chance to see why they resonated with other readers.
Video in the Classroom? The possibilities are endless.
Located on the Hudson River, Troy, N.Y., is home to some very imaginative educators and students. They’re using video to open a “window to the world” and seeing amazing results.