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eSchool News Audience Profile

Unique Monthly Visitors*
It/technology Management
& Library Media
Titles Include: CIO/CTO, IT Director, Instructional Technology Director, MIS Director, Network Administrator, Library Services Director, Librarian/Media Specialist, Technology Coordinator, Technology Director and More.
Senior/Executive Management

Titles Include: Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Associate Superintendent, Regional Superintendent, Education Service Agency Director, Education Department Official, Principal, Assistant Principal, Federal/State Program Director, State School Officer, Federal Official, District Administrator, Safety/Security Director, School Board Member, Governor’s Office Staff, Legislative Staff Member, School Business Official/Purchasing, Facilities Management, College/University Official, and More.

Page Views Monthly*

Curriculum & academic Management
Titles Include: Curriculum Director, Subject Area Supervisors &Instructors for Mathematics, Reading, Science, English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Languages, Trades, Business, Special Education Director, Directors/Coordinators of Gifted, Special Education, Vocational Education, Professional Development, Director of Guidance, and More.
Consultants, vendors,
& others allied with the
Ed-tech Industry

*Google Analytics May 2018

eCampus News Audience Profile

30 Percent
Policy/top Level Executive/ Manager
Titles Include: Academic Officer, Chancellor/President/ CEO/Provost, Chief Development &Planning, Director Branch Campus, Vice President, Policy/Top Level Executives &Manager, Federal &State Official, State School Official
Unique Monthly Visitors*

Page Views Monthly*
20 Percent
administration/administrative Management
Titles Include: Administration &Operations, Admissions & Registrar, Business Administrator, Financial &Funding Director/Manager, Safety &Security Director

28 Percent
Policy/top Level Executive/ Manager
Titles Include: CIO, CTO,
Library/Media Director/Manager,
MIS &IT Director/Manager
21 Percent
Titles Include: Dean, Administrative Dean,
Faculty Department Chair,
Instructional &Curriculum Director
*Google Analytics May 2018

Industry News & Opinions...

  • eSchool Media
    February 3rd, 2020
    4 ways object storage powers higher-ed initiatives
    By Jon Toor
    CMO, Cloudian
    In higher education today, technology and learning go hand-in-hand. From online coursework, instructional videos, digital versions of textbooks and advanced research and analytics, technology has become a critical component in facilitating student success and driving higher education operations. This increasing use of technology has...

  • eSchool Media
    January 16th, 2020
    Texarkana College saves $1 million with ERP upgrade
    By Jeff Elliott
    Director of Product Management , Jenzabar
    As a two-year community college with an annual enrollment of nearly 10,000 students, Texarkana College strives to keep tuition costs low in order to keep students happy. The school does this by taking a more granular look at IT spending across the board. When...

  • eSchool Media
    January 13th, 2020
    6 tips to communicate with parents after a school incident
    By Zareena Zaidi
    content writer, ParentSquare
    We all know that working with kids and teenagers is hard. Rewarding, yes — but it can be tough. Students are in the process of maturing, and you often have to navigate sensitive situations that impact student development. In trying times, it can be...

  • eSchool Media
    January 6th, 2020
    3 ways districts can prepare for ransomware attacks
    By Paul Martini
    CEO, co-founder and chief architect, iboss
    With summer now a distant memory and students across the country back in the swing of things, school districts have been facing a rising danger. This year, schools face an increased threat of falling victim to ransomware attacks. Ransomware is a specific type of...

  • eSchool Media
    December 30th, 2019
    5 ways to develop soft skills in the digital age
    By Jeff Lewis, Ph.D.
    founder and chief product officer, YouSeeU
    With the rise of automation, organizations worldwide have made soft skills like communication, collaboration, and critical thinking a top priority. To work successfully alongside machines, recent grads and the current workforce must rely on what makes them uniquely human. According to the ManpowerGroup’s 2016-2017...

  • eSchool Media
    December 23rd, 2019
    Work placement and IT support are critical for U.S. universities
    By Guthrie White
    CEO , Quantum Information Technology
    Universities across the globe are facing tremendous pressure to evolve and innovate to meet the demands of today’s job market. Not only are they tasked with optimizing operations and academic programs with the latest technologies, but they also must fight back against a growing...

  • eSchool Media
    December 18th, 2019
    Education sector calls for resilience, support in the face of cyberattacks
    By Christy Wyatt
    CEO, Absolute
    Nearly 50 school districts and colleges have been pummeled by ransomware and other forms of cyberattacks in recent months. These have ranged in nature from disruptive, as in the case of the Flagstaff two-day closure, to catastrophic, such as in Louisiana where the governor...

  • eSchool Media
    December 16th, 2019
    6 reasons students are choosing online learning
    By Amanda Rosewarne
    CEO and co-founder, CPD Standards Office
    Today’s younger generation is growing up in an ever-changing, fast-paced world of technology. It is easier than ever to disseminate knowledge—and students are used to having access to information and services immediately. This immediate access is one of the drivers behind online learning’s popularity....

  • eSchool Media
    December 10th, 2019
    Strategies to help your institution combat cyberattacks
    By Gerry Grealish
    chief marketing officer, Ericom Software
    It doesn’t matter where you look. Today, technology is everywhere. In educational organizations, tech has become a crucial part of the daily learning process, fundamentally changing the way students learn, how teachers educate, and how learning institutions operate. Whether doing research in a computer...

  • eSchool Media
    October 21st, 2019
    Interoperability: Why schools need it for safety plans
    By Danielle Myers
    General Manager, Status Solutions
    With safety at the top of school administration’s priority list, rapid development of new technology and ever-changing ways of disseminating information to keep students and faculty safe are coming into the light. Schools are decked out with cameras, door access control, and a multitude...

  • eSchool Media
    October 21st, 2019
    When should I pull the plug on edtech?
    By Erin Werra
    Writer, Skyward and Advancing K12
    Your implementation team has hiked through swamps and peaks of data, interoperability, and training to get your newest edtech venture ready—but there are still plenty of bugs to work out, systems refuse to play nice, and the whispers of mutiny are getting louder by...

  • eSchool Media
    October 3rd, 2019
    Educators invited to attend the Discovery Educator Network’s 2019 Fall VirtCon
    By eSchool Media Staff
    The Discovery Educator Network (DEN) invites teachers and administrators around the world to participate in the 2019 Fall VirtCon on Saturday, October 19, from 8:45 AM to 2:30 PM ET. A no-cost, virtual professional learning conference, this peer-to-peer experience provides a unique opportunity for...

  • eSchool Media
    October 1st, 2019
    eSchool News launches innovative Robotics Guide for educators
    By Laura Ascione
    Managing Editor, eSchool News
    The first in a series of topic-specific guides, the eSchool News Robotics Guide covers everything you need to know about robotics education We are excited to bring you the very first in a series of eSchool News Guides, which are full of resources, tips,...

  • eSchool Media
    September 27th, 2019
    The perfect edtech platform for a parent
    By Zach Vander Veen
    cofounder and vp of instruction , Abre Inc.
    Here is the math I do as a parent. I have three middle school children. Between the three of them I currently have 83 unique data accounts to track. Many require different usernames and passwords. Some overlap. All can demand attention. I have a...

  • eSchool Media
    September 11th, 2019
    How resource allocation fits into the planning cycle
    By Charles Kim and Jason H. Sussman
    With this article, we continue a series to help leaders of U.S. colleges and universities with the planning and management needed to navigate a rapidly changing business environment. In articles 1 and 2, we described the problematic form of capital resource planning that currently...

  • eSchool Media
    September 4th, 2019
    Redefining capital resources in a new planning era
    By Charles Kim and Jason H. Sussman
    This series aims to help leaders of U.S. colleges and universities with the financially based planning and management needed to navigate a rapidly changing business environment. As described in the first article, a form of capital resource planning is currently in place in many...

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