John Willinsky, a professor at Stanford University, described his work advocating for open data and access for academic and educational purposes.


Educators from the Open High School of Utah share their views on how to use open education resources to improve schools.


The construction of SETDA's State Education Policy Center may signal a new focus for the organization.


Virginia Tech professor outlines his disruptive vision for how the open educational resources movement should change education.


More than a decade after Maine launched the first-ever statewide 1-to-1 laptop program, Florida is considering a proposal to put a digital device in the hands of every student.


A new report suggests schools create data backpacks and learner profiles—sets of digital information that will follow students from year to year to better inform teachers of their learning needs.


Educational resources from Encyclopaedia Britannica will be accessible to Arkansas K-12 classrooms.


A 56-page report, published by the Center for Digital Education, examines different models of blended learning and how schools are implementing them.


Two professors propose a plan to launch a new organization that would evaluate education technology solutions and report those results to schools and ed-tech entrepreneurs.


Other new tablets, such as Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1, could also gain more traction in the ed-tech marketplace.


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