Fall 2014

Schools give classrooms a fresh look with new technology and modular furniture to improve learning.

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Departments

Product Review

Going the Distance

Sony’s new ultra-short-throw projector is long on functionality.

Product Review

Digging Deep

Microsoft’s latest offering combines the interactivity and portability of a tablet with the power and productivity of a notebook.

Tech Tips

Go (Con)figure

Get ahead of the curve with this popular network administration tool.

Interview

(E-)Rate of Return

Efforts to modernize the program are just getting started, says Managing Director Jon Wilkins.

Tech Trends

Proven Mettle

District IT managers advise not to overlook bandwidth needs.

Report Card

What’s Happening in the World of Education Technology?

EdTech gathers the most important news, tips and social trends impacting K–12 IT today.

Tech Forward

The Final Countdown

Education researchers offer a clear roadmap for ensuring assessment readiness in the new school year.

Features

Feature

Never Enough

School districts prioritize network upgrades as online learning and device proliferation squeeze bandwidth.

Feature

The Pursuit of Harmony

Notable innovation happens when IT and instructional personnel collaborate.

Feature

New Directions

District IT leaders shed light on the pain and perks of data center optimization and relocation.

Feature

The Upright Citizens Brigade

What lessons have digital citizenship instruction efforts taught us? Advocates weigh in.

Opinion

Smart IT

Opportunity Knocks

How can the cloud improve teaching and learning? Adopter success stories abound.

Letter From the Editor

Grade-A Surfing

A responsive design, new features and an Insider program give site visitors even more to learn — and love.

Inside I.T.

Hands-On Learning

Do-it-yourself ed tech opportunities abound for some schools.

Contributor Column

Model Tool

The author of a new book on 3D printing explains how to maximize its instructional value.