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eSchool Media is the leader in education technology content performance.
Our focus on forward-thinking original news and content delivered every day based on our readers' preferences is a key to successful marketing campaigns. Our readers trust our content and base their buying decisions on the solutions and innovations we cover.

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eSchool Media is the leader in education technology content performance.
Our readers trust eSchool News and eCampus News as independent voices because of our longevity and outstanding reputation in the industry. We've been cultivating an educational readership that spans every aspect of the school system for over 20 years. This relationship sets us apart.

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eSchool Media is the leader in education technology content performance.
It's all about driving better marketing performance. We focus all our editorial and marketing efforts on the combination of the core strengths of your product or service coupled with current education trends and conversations; our return-oninvestment marketing programs drive a growing pipeline of qualified leads.

eSchool News Audience Profile

Meter
490,200+
Unique Monthly Visitors*
Meter
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.
Meter
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.


Meter
1,055,000+
Page Views Monthly*


Meter
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.
Meter
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
Laptop
178,000+
Unique Monthly Visitors*

Readers
381,000+
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
Dean/Instructional/Faculty
Titles Include: Dean, Administrative Dean,
Faculty Department Chair,
Instructional &Curriculum Director
*Google Analytics May 2018

Industry News & Opinions...

  • eSchool Media
    March 18th, 2019
    Before you spend another dollar, your next budget should be performance-based
    By Adam Pearson
    co-founder, Glimpse K12
    The reality is many of us are creatures of habit and lean on previous experiences, familiarity, and instinct to quickly and efficiently make decisions. This processing shortcut serves us very well as our hand approaches a hot iron by drawing on previous rules of...

  • eSchool Media
    March 18th, 2019
    4 tips for optimizing wi-fi on campus
    By Christian Gilby
    director of product marketing, Mist Systems
    Want to make a college student laugh? Hand them an Ethernet cable. For today’s students, it’s all about the wi-fi. They’re bringing an ever-growing assortment of internet-connected devices to school—phones, tablets, laptops, gaming consoles, smart speakers, fitness trackers etc.—and they expect fast, ubiquitous wireless...

  • eSchool Media
    March 11th, 2019
    How higher ed is using data to better serve students and engage alumni
    By Craig Stewart
    senior vice president of products, SnapLogic
    At the start of each school year, colleges and universities want to ensure they are “sold out” with students who will pay tuition, attend classes, live in university housing, and participate in campus life. The long-term aim is for those students to graduate, secure...

  • eSchool Media
    March 11th, 2019
    Fulfilling the promise of personalized education
    By Renae Abboud
    director of education solutions for K12, Fuel Education
    For decades, widespread personalized learning has been the dream of teachers, administrators and students alike. Personalized learning is a research-tested way to provide top-quality instruction and ensure every student fulfills their potential, regardless of their initial proficiency. Until now, however, delivering that education to...

  • eSchool Media
    March 4th, 2019
    Preparing young learners for life beyond the fourth Industrial Revolution
    By Stephan Turnipseed
    executive vice president and chief strategy officer, Pitsco Education
    Every day, we discover bloggers and pundits crying for an end to education, favoring their version of what will prepare children for the fourth industrial revolution. Having been born in the second, fully experiencing the third, still working into the fourth, and planning to...

  • eSchool Media
    March 4th, 2019
    5 biggest obstacles to digital learning
    By Lauren Davis
    content manager and editor, Schoology
    Educators often think that by simply introducing technology, students will become more engaged and, in turn, learn more. This isn’t always the case. Undoubtedly, students are learning in new ways, and ideally they’re interacting with content through modern channels, but there are still myriad...

  • eSchool Media
    February 25th, 2019
    Active learning takes an ecosystem
    By Dr. Jeremiah Frink
    education strategist, Dell EMC
    It seems that no matter where we go today, we experience a world that is becoming increasingly connected through a network of enabling digital technologies, from our favorite grocery store to our workplace to our own homes. This same access to powerful, interactive digital...

  • eSchool Media
    February 25th, 2019
    It should all be so different: How technology may yet restore the public’s faith in the higher-education sector
    By L. Joseph Schmoke
    founder, College Lead Exchange
    If you share my faith in the power of technology, then its apparent failure to tackle some of the deep and systemic issues in higher education comes as a disappointment. The figures are painful to read but bear review. According to the National Student...

  • eSchool Media
    February 18th, 2019
    The importance of having a campus-wide cloud strategy
    By Gus Ortiz
    program manager, managed services, Jenzabar
    With the changing demographics of the new student, cuts in funding models, and declining completion rates colleges and universities are facing unprecedented challenges. To continue thriving, institutions must adapt to support new learning models and meet service expectations of students who expect the same...

  • eSchool Media
    February 18th, 2019
    How mobile apps impact student success
    By Dr. Bob Banerjee
    director of marketing, Ex Libris
    By now it’s no secret that apps and mobile devices are the perfect tools for communication. Institutions in nearly every industry have jumped in head first to the mobile app craze. From grocery stores and boutiques to your local dentist, native apps are everywhere...

  • eSchool Media
    February 11th, 2019
    Why employability and adaptability are critical to college education
    By Karen Hebert-Maccaro
    chief learning experience officer, O’Reilly
    Rising tuition costs and a perceived lackluster return on investment have called into question the value of a college degree. In fact, almost half of the knowledge gained in the first year of a four-year technical degree is outdated by the time a student...

  • eSchool Media
    February 11th, 2019
    Sizing up non-traditional forms of cybersecurity education
    By Ken Underhill
    master instructor, Cybrary
    It’s a given that your higher education program should help shape you for your chosen career. But what if that career is cybersecurity, where best practices and threat landscapes aren’t evolving by the semester, but by the hour or day? Indeed, it can be...

  • eSchool Media
    February 5th, 2019
    Why universities advance diversity & inclusion on campus
    By John Lenckos
    senior vice president, global commercial banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    Diversity and inclusion (D&I) isn’t just a buzzword used in university marketing materials to attract top performing students and faculty to college campuses. It has evolved from “the right thing to do” into a pillar of university culture that has demonstrated return on investment...

  • eSchool Media
    February 5th, 2019
    HCI or SDS? HTH you decide which TLA is for you
    By Barry Phillips
    chief marketing officer, Maxta
    It’s easy to get software-defined storage (SDS) confused with hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). Both solutions “software-define” infrastructure and abstract storage from the underlying hardware. They both run on commodity servers and pair well with virtualization. Reporters, analysts, vendors and even seasoned IT professionals talk about...

  • eSchool Media
    January 25th, 2019
    Edtech and higher ed: Where we are going & how we will get there
    By Martin Chikilian
    head of talent operations, Toptal
    Education is and always has been one of the fundamental pillars of society: bringing together the history of human progress and compressing it into teachable curricula, so that the next generation of students can move forward and build a better future. Recently, this progress...

  • eSchool Media
    January 25th, 2019
    The challenge to change
    By Dr. Evan Nisonson
    manager, Public Consulting Group
    My friend Jason works as the manager of a gym. I work as a consultant to school districts and state agencies on improving student and instructional success. You might never imagine us giving each other professional advice–but in fact, it’s Jason I can thank...

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