Center for Digital Education & Converge: research in education technology for K-12 and higher education

Love for Math Prompts Students to Consider Tech-Driven Business Analytics

Technological advancements are making business analytics accessible to companies and paving the way for graduate students to enter the field.

Virtual Schools Blend Real Experiences with Online Learning

California and New Hampshire schools create flexible learning paths for students that revolve around their interests.

5 Steps to a Digital Professional Development Makeover

Education leaders work on effective methods to help educators brush up on their skills and learn new ones.

The Thirst for Wi-Fi on Campus

An Oklahoma college tackles demand for Wi-Fi, but students want even more.



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K-12 and Higher Education News
Posted on August 20, 2014
Data access policies and practices need to be updated to protect data in student information systems.
Posted on August 18, 2014
More computers, better Wi-Fi networks and online textbook access are part of a strategy to increase student performance in Ohio.
Posted on August 15, 2014
Technological advancements are making business analytics accessible to companies and paving the way for graduate students to enter the field.
Posted on August 15, 2014
Three Florida colleges received a joint grant to ensure engineering and computer science degrees align with the needs of the workforce.
Posted on August 15, 2014
A decision by school officials to extend the use of a social media monitoring service has some concerned about student privacy.

Award Programs

The Center for Digital Education conducts four nationally recognized surveys and award programs to recognize excellence in education technology. View winners and nominate annually for Digital Education Achievement and Best of the Web Awards, the Digital Community Colleges Survey, the Digital School Districts Survey and the Digital Content and Curriculum Achievement Awards. To be notified when these surveys and awards are open, register here.

 

 

Resources and Solutions

Common Core Standards
The Common Core Standard, adopted by 45 states, is a benchmark for education that can only be reached through new teaching methods and leveraging technology to make learning more effective. Learn how video collaboration has proven to be an effective learning tool in this new culture of education.

Case Study: Community College Helps Put Mississippi Residents Back to Work with Video Distance Learning





Infographic: Video-enhanced learning is affordable, scalable, anytime, and anywhere.