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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
    June 19th, 2019
    3 easy ways to improve the resale value of edtech devices
    By Paula Currie
    Vice President, Procurement, Second Life Mac
    As summer approaches, many school districts will be refreshing their edtech devices for the next year. While it’s too late to do much to improve the buyback value of the current fleet of pre-owned devices, now is the perfect time to adopt some new...

  • eSchool Media
    June 12th, 2019
    The 5 step edtech integration checklist
    By Erin Werra
    Writer, Skyward and Advancing K12
    For K12 schools, building an interoperable system is easier said than done, particularly because the majority of a district’s population uses SIS, ERP, and teaching and learning systems daily. The more moving parts to track, the greater the potential headache can feel looming on...

  • eSchool Media
    June 12th, 2019
    4 ways investing in campus mental health pays back
    By Mindy Nichamin
    Senior Marketing Manager, Kognito
    Addressing the mental health needs of students on campus is urgent. But a common challenge for colleges and universities is finding the funding and resources to dedicate to mental health solutions. Learn how institutions benefit from investment in a preventive approach to campus mental...

  • eSchool Media
    June 5th, 2019
    7 examples of digital transformation in higher education
    By Eric Spear
    founder and president, Precision Campus
    Everything around us is rapidly going digital. Once manual processes are now handled by intelligent and efficient machines, while phone operators and secretaries are being replaced by computers and digital means of communication. You can book a trip, order dinner, pay your bills, make...

  • eSchool Media
    June 5th, 2019
    6 characteristics of hoops in education–and how software can help
    By Zach Vander Veen
    cofounder and vp of instruction , Abre Inc.,
    Like most educators, I entered the profession to focus on what matters — teaching kids. That said, my first week of teaching always consumed an embarrassing amount of hours filling out and filing paperwork, verifying I conformed to that year’s district initiatives, or generally...

  • eSchool Media
    May 29th, 2019
    Why digital and print need to coexist in the classroom
    By Eric Stowell
    content marketing coordinator, LD Products
    Digital learning has taken over the classroom in recent years. With over half of US primary and secondary schools using Google education services and a projected $21 billion in Silicon Valley-backed computers and software invested by 2020, digital adoption is likely to grow exponentially...

  • eSchool Media
    May 29th, 2019
    4 tips to make lifelong learning work for you
    By Jessica Lindl
    global head of education, Unity Technologies
    The American moral and social philosopher, Eric Hoffer, once said: “In times of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.” In a world where the working...

  • eSchool Media
    May 29th, 2019
    The search for STEM in the real world
    By Inez Cornell
    marketing manager, Radleys
    Getting students interested in and excited about STEM subjects is imperative in today’s modern climate. The demand for a highly-skilled workforce is ever-increasing, but the reality is that too few graduates are entering into science, math, and engineering careers. In fact, research from 2018...

  • eSchool Media
    May 14th, 2019
    Why is software interoperability so hard in education?
    By Damon Ragusa
    chief executive officer,
    The idea that software vendors should make some of their functionality and their user’s data reasonably accessible to other vendors is not some brand new idea in the tech world. Outside of maybe Healthcare, most industries have seen software interoperability become table stakes for...

  • eSchool Media
    May 13th, 2019
    How edtech can create more empathy in the classroom
    By Sarah Wilsman
    content specialist, OverDrive Education
    Empathy is a complex concept, and while it is a quality that everyone has a capacity for, children don’t develop empathy on their own. Children must learn early how to notice, listen and care by watching and learning from the adults in their lives–this...

  • eSchool Media
    May 13th, 2019
    Reading: 4 keys for college and career readiness
    By Susan McLester
    consultant, MindPlay
    As early as 1983, the Reagan-commissioned report, “A Nation at Risk,” raised a host of concerns about U.S. education. Many of those concerns, such as a lack of teacher training, adequate pay, and a need for higher academic standards, still remain very much front...

  • eSchool Media
    May 6th, 2019
    Is edtech a win-win solution for students and educators?
    By Livia Bran
    content manager, CYPHER LEARNING
    The purpose of any educational institution is to prepare students to become successful adults in the future. Success may mean different things to different people and the future can at most be predicted — unknown for sure — but there’s one thing I think...

  • eSchool Media
    May 6th, 2019
    Digital literacy: For a lifetime of critical thinking
    By Kendall Latham, Ph.D.
    education strategist, Dell EMC
    The internet opens a world of learning for K-12 students extending far beyond text books and classroom instruction. It connects study topics to current events and primary sources. It frees students from limitations of geography and demography. It uses interactivity and multimedia to engage...

  • eSchool Media
    May 6th, 2019
    Improving safety in K-12 schools through the convergence of digital and physical security
    By Jonathan Nguyen-Duy
    vice president, strategy and analytics, Fortinet
    Due to the evolving and complex security requirements of K-12 schools, physical security solutions must be integrated with the network. Learn why this convergence is critical for student safety and network performance. Technology has consistently driven change across most environments, resulting in new innovative...

  • eSchool Media
    April 29th, 2019
    4 applications for VR in higher education
    By Connor Brady
    enterprise account executive, Concept3D
    Virtual reality (VR) is continuing to grow in both popularity and accessibility. And more and more higher education institutions are embracing VR technology. According to Internet2’s 2018 VR/AR in Research and Education Study, 28% of higher education institutions are integrating VR into their campuses,...

  • eSchool Media
    April 29th, 2019
    Cyberattacks: Special risks for U.S. higher-ed institutions
    By Josh Horwitz
    chief operating officer, Enzoic
    In early April 2019, Georgia Tech announced that it was the target of a cyberattack that infiltrated its databases and stole personal information of up to 1.3 million current and former students, employees, and applicants. Although the details of this attack are still developing,...

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