In case you haven't read every single Digital Education entry during the last 12 months, here's a wrap-up of what we think were the five biggest ed-tech themes of 2011.
A foundation in Iowa lauched a website for reporting bullying incidents, and a Kansas program is working to teach students about Internet safety.
If your travels, shopping, and mindless web surfing are in danger of regressing, consider these ideas.
Designers of the new pilot social network say its intentions are to facilitate education and nothing more.
The first day of its kind will be observed on Feb. 1, 2012, but will it be productive
Levin says today's elementary students are likely to graduate high schools where digital content is the norm, not the exception.
A new article in the New York Times takes a scathing look at K12 Inc.'s online schools.
A new report outlines suggestions for how to leverage philanthropic and individual investments in ed-tech companies to improve schools.
Illegal actions involving sexting befall a relatively small number of youth Internet users nationally, according to analysis from the University of New Hampshire.
In the space of an hour, Gov. Bob Wise gave investors in educational technology everything to hope for, while economist Richard Sims gave them everything to fear.