Just Wanderful! Living Books Are Back!

The Daring Librarian

Brøderbund''s Living Books Are Back for the iPad & iPhone Thanks to Wanderful Books ! Not any of our iBooks, MacBook Pros, eMacs (2003), or brand spanking new iMacs. On Friday I was looking pensively at my boxed sets of the Living Books CD-ROM collection in my school library.

A Paradigm Shift

A Principal's Reflections

It all began around 2003 when the smartphone wars started with Blackberry, but was quickly taken over by the Apple iPhone in 2007. The world continues to change as a result of technological advances.

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Classroom prizes and grants available!

Educational Technology Guy

One of last year’s winners reported back, “I have been participating in the Speak Up survey ever since it started [in 2003]. My students since then have created iPhone cases, key chains, tie clips and more. Since 2003, more than 3.7 Project Tomorrow is celebrating Speak Up America Week 2014 this week with opportunities for schools and classrooms to win prizes and grants by participating in this year''s Speak Up surveys.

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New Markets Venture Partner’s Latest Edtech Fund Closes at $68 Million

Edsurge

When New Markets Venture Partners first began fundraising for its second education technology investment fund, Barack Obama was in office, Brexit for up for debate and iPhones still had headphone jacks. To date, New Markets has invested nearly $30 million across 23 education technology companies since its founding in 2003.

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What Does Innovation Mean in Higher Education?

Edsurge

Nature reported that from 2003 to 2012, ASU’s federally funded research portfolio increased by 162 percent, surpassing the growth at other research institutions. While teaching students differs from making iPhones, an organization’s thinking should support how it can provide value for its students, by doing what it does best — educating. You can’t walk around any college campus, school district or company without hearing the word “innovation.”