Synergy Media Group CEO Bill McIntosh demonstrates how the “value on investment” formula can better determine the ROI of a technology.
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EduComm Expo 2015 will debut in Atlanta this coming fall, and will feature a show floor and educational sessions for technology managers in higher education.
The Art Center College of Design purchased a paper-based 3D printer by Mcor to cut the cost of printing materials and promote an environmentally-friendly atmosphere. The printer enables students to use regular, 8.5 x 11 copy paper to craft 3D models, which decreased material costs for the school. Plus, the printer’s unused paper scraps can be recycled, and its printing materials are nontoxic and safe for student use. Before other colleges follow in the Art College of Design’s footprints and purchase their own paper-based 3D printers, they should consider what their printing needs are, consider the long-term ROI the printer would offer, and invest in a printer company that will invest back into the school.
HigherEdTD announces its focus on green technologies for May, and its trip to the University Conference on Teaching, Learning and Technology.
Too often, educators work in silos when it comes to technology decisions. Instead of including all stakeholders, each department goes at it alone. This results in poor decisions, wasted money and technology that is not in alignment with curriculum goals. Next time you make a tech decision, be sure to include teachers, administrators and technology managers.
A school resource officer and security industry liaison talk about creating safer schools through proper planning and the right technology.
See how Beaver County Day School integrates computer coding into all subjects, promoting CS skills in its students. Teachers had no prior programming experience, yet they’ve been able to implement coding successfully.
There are so many benefits to coding, even for students who are not interested in computer science careers. We explore why schools should implement coding in their curriculum and some easy tools that can help them get started. No computer science expertise required.
With an assessment tool to help determine schools’ unique needs, Partner Alliance for Safer Schools detailed four tiers of product agnostic life safety strategies to help K-12 districts protect against scourge of school shootings.
Audio Notetaker provides three main features that help students with disabilities learn more efficiently.