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

U.S. Senate Ponders Student Data Privacy Bill

Two senators introduce a federal bill designed to protect student education records with an update to existing FERPA legislation.

Urban Universities Embark on a Quest to Transform Higher Education

Seven universities are working on a year-long planning project to improve student success with the help of predictive analytics, online and adaptive learning.

3 Ways to Speed Up Education Technology Policy Changes

Policymakers at all levels can make quicker decisions about education technology policy with the help of these tips.

Music and 21st Century Learning Inspire Education Reflection

Musical crowdsourcing engages educators, students and parents and could lead to professional development through the arts.



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K-12 and Higher Education News
Posted on July 30, 2014
Two senators introduce a federal bill designed to protect student education records with an update to existing FERPA legislation.
Posted on July 29, 2014
Seven universities are working on a year-long planning project to improve student success with the help of predictive analytics, online and adaptive learning.
Posted on July 24, 2014
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Posted on July 24, 2014
A Data Quality Campaign report highlights practical steps for State Education Agencies.
Posted on July 24, 2014
Policymakers at all levels can make quicker decisions about education technology policy with the help of these tips.

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.