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Deledao announces innovative Zoom and Meet bombing solution

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Deledao’s bombing mitigation: Analyzes pornographic and inappropriate video and images that may be bombed or shared by Zoom or Meet users via webcam, screen sharing, IM/chat, Google Docs or similar files. It works on Chromebooks, Windows, Mac OS, mobile devices and tablets.

Massive "Mobile MakerSpace" Resource

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Finally, you can see real-time updates by checking out our school's hashtag on social media: #GWgreats. Table of Contents: Our StoryGuiding PrinciplesMakerSpace "Fails"HighlightsFundingVideo VaultResource List, Cart Supplies & LinksOur Cart VendorStudent-Created Tutorials & DemosAdditional Resources Our Story Several years ago, a team of teachers in our school started meeting to discuss the type of learning experiences we wanted our students to have.

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Are Digital Textbooks More Effective for K-12 Curriculum

Kitaboo on EdTech

Hence, publishers are making a move towards digital publishing to meet this growing need. Digital Textbooks Enable Collaboration: Keeping up with the social media trends, most digital reading devices are equipped with sharing features. Digital natives are no strangers to sharing posts and daily activities on social platforms. Kitaboo is a cloud-based content platform to create-publish-distribute interactive mobile-ready content. REQUEST DEMO READ MORE.

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How Can eTextbooks Help K-12 Publishers, Institutes & Students

Kitaboo on EdTech

Publishers too are taking to etextbooks to meet learners’ expectations and also expand their reach through the Internet. Publishers can further enrich their etextbooks by adding social media features, thus opening windows for conversations with a wider audience.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

In 2017, just a week before Christmas, the New Media Consortium abruptly announced its immediate closure “because of apparent errors and omissions by its former Controller and Chief Financial Officer.” Again and again, the media told stories — wildly popular stories , apparently — about how technology industry executives refuse to allow their own children to use the very products they were selling to the rest of us.