Officials in Missouri, New Jersey and Arizona districts detail the functionality and cost considerations that influenced their decision-making.
Keys to the Cloud
Don’t virtualize core IT services without considering these guidelines.
In a BYOD Bind?
School officials wondering what to do for students who lack their own notebook computers, smartphones or tablets can acquire extra devices with a little bit of ingenuity.
This next-generation tablet’s sleek design, reasonable price tag and diverse functionality make it a worthy mobile computing option.
Educators wanting to infuse their lessons with high-quality 3D should consider this passive dual-projection system.
Seal of Approval
Adobe certification advocates explain why the credential is a smart move for students preparing for higher education and the workforce.
Educators explain how this currently hot business buzzword might shake up educational data analytics and management.
Mightier than the Sword?
These innovative uses of the technology can make learning more engaging.
The (Common) Core of Literacy
Building a cloud-based literature guide can sharpen students’ collaboration skills and content understanding.
Bye the Book
Technology and curriculum leaders from districts in Kansas, Arizona and Illinois explain the process of moving toward more digital content in the classroom.
The Paper Chase
A Catholic high school in San Jose, Calif., took a deliberate approach to building a network that supports both tablets and e-textbooks.
Districts turn to a variety of technologies to ensure the safety of school communities in all types of crises.
One the Road
The South-Western City School District upgraded radios and GPS on school buses to improve safety.
Educators do far more than teach our children. The choices they make every day affect all aspects of students’ learning experiences.
Bridging the Skills Gap
The author of a new book on the technology skills gap explains how educators can guide students toward a brighter employment future.
Strengthening the Core
A new CDW•G survey reveals what school IT leaders are thinking about what lies ahead of them.