We asked integrators and end users to nominate some of their favorite products for 2015. These products helped end users do their jobs better.
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Higher education end users and integrators nominated the products that made their jobs easier and more efficient this past year.
Kevin Cundiff, Vice President of Retail for Fortegra, shares the edtech trends that will have the most impact on learning in 2016.
Crushing blow to the real versus fake Christmas Tree debate: artificial Christmas trees can have up to ten times the carbon footprint as real trees.
Schools need to have a strong understanding of what they are looking to accomplish with technology integration in order for it to have an impact on students’ education.
Physical spaces, virtual reality technologies and telepresence solutions made 2015 the year of active learning in higher education.
In order to better prepare students for the work world after graduation, colleges are implementing the corporate 360 Assessments.
As the concept of “work” continues to evolve, the environment and the technologies used to optimize collaboration, innovation, and productivity become increasingly more valuable.
Using LittleBits electronic building blocks, Marymount School of New York students are empowered to design, create and invent in the classroom and at home.
ISTE awards James Madison University with a Seal of Alignment for demonstrating alignment with the ISTE Standards for Teachers.