In this edWebinar, Simone Welter, ENA Product Manager Cloud Solutions, outlines the various ways the cloud can be used to cut costs, mitigate the impact of detrimental cyberattacks, and streamline operations.
In this edWebinar, presenters from Digital Promise will share research-based tools and resources that support iterative improvements among instructional practices, school and district evaluation processes, and edtech development.
In this edWebinar, Barbara Nesbitt and Jan Mills explore the need for high-quality single sign-on (SSO) in K–12, discusses the importance of security and rostering in our world of digital education, and provides useful tips for selecting the best solution for your district.
Looking to enhance student voice? In this edWebinar, learn more about using technology to enhance your students’ voices.
In this edWebinar, Bart Epstein, CEO of Jefferson Education Exchange, and Katrina Stevens, Director of Learning Science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, take a look inside the edtech marketplace and offer practical tips for navigating edtech adoption.
In this edWebinar Megan Harney, CEO of MIDAS Education, will help attendees understand, through examples and personal stories, the importance of developing several essential characteristics in order to succeed in many areas, particularly as a woman in education technology
In this webinar, Andrew Marcinek, former Chief Open Education Advisor for the U. S. Department of Education (DOE), speaks with Tech & Learning Content Director Kevin Hogan about the DOE’s #GoOpen initiative. Participants will learn how to make the shift to using openly licensed educational resources in their school districts.
We all know that eBooks can enhance any school library collection, but how can you be sure you’re making a wise investment? How do you know where to begin?