Deciding between free and easy to alter, or interactive but costly, is no easy matter.
A review of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute's "Costs of Online Learning" report criticizes its research methods.
Some instructors may be more open to having their lessons taped than administrators may think.
Author Douglas Thomas had some harsh words in his opening keynote and panel at the CoSN 2012 conference
The Digital Media and Learning conference wrapped up with talks about ways for teachers to share resources as well as global ed-tech research projects.
I'll be following up Katie Ash's coverage of the Digital Media and Learning Conference in San Francisco with reports from the Consortium for School Networking Conference in Washington.
A panel of three experts addressed how and when innovation will come to K-12 education.
L.A. students present technology-enabled research on issues such as the digital divide and food deserts in their communities.
Leslie Fetzer succeeds Kristin Kipp as the third teacher to win the SREB honor.
A panel discussion at the Digital Media and Learning conference in San Francisco showcased two programs that teach students to make apps.