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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
    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,...

  • eSchool Media
    April 29th, 2019
    Data is the answer to keeping our kids in school—Why aren’t we using it more?
    By Alexis Zotalis
    director of education solutions, Social Solutions
    High school graduation rates have reached record highs in recent years. Yet, one matter remains clear: there’s still a lot of work to be done. More than 1.2 million students drop out each year and the graduation-rate gap between low-income students and non-low-income students...

  • eSchool Media
    April 22nd, 2019
    Augmented reality: A whole new teaching & learning experience
    By Aaqib Usman
    founder, Midwest Immersive
    We’ve all heard the saying: “You learn by doing.” That seems to have more practical application in the working world. But there’s a growing belief that it’s just as applicable in even the earliest stages of education. It’s all encapsulated in conversations I hear...

  • eSchool Media
    April 22nd, 2019
    Setting social media boundaries between teachers and students
    By John Stephens
    senior vice president, Keenan
    Technology in the classroom is the new normal, providing an array of opportunities for learning and productivity. At the same time, the proliferation of personal electronic devices and social media outlets among children is creating new challenges for educators, parents, and students alike. This...

  • eSchool Media
    April 22nd, 2019
    New insights on equality, equity, and what they mean for education
    By Paul V. Wilson Jr.
    senior associate, Public Consulting Group
    “Equity” and “equality” are two words that look alike, sound alike, and but for the difference of two letters, would be identical. But when it comes to delivering quality education for all children and young people, they are two words with profoundly different meanings...

  • eSchool Media
    April 12th, 2019
    Unconscious AI in higher education
    By Keith Rajecki
    vice president, global public sector, education and research industry solutions , Oracle
    Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), autonomous systems, robotic process automation, chat bots, augmented and mixed reality and many other buzzwords are flying around watercoolers and leadership team meetings across enterprises. It signifies the interest and the potential benefits to the organizations or institutions...

  • eSchool Media
    April 8th, 2019
    Transforming the traditional library through advanced technology
    By Yotam Kramer
    director of product marketing, Ex Libris
    Technology has been evolving in various ways over recent decades, but the long-term effects are just now starting to show. Innovation has become part of our everyday lives and experiences, but new technologies also have a global impact on processes all over the world....

  • eSchool Media
    March 26th, 2019
    5 ways to integrate digital content into literacy instruction today
    By Dr. Karen Beerer
    senior vice president of learning and development, Discovery Education
    As Discovery Education’s senior vice president of teaching and learning, I am constantly in communication with superintendents, principals, teachers and other educators about how to improve student literacy. This conversation often emanates from a discussion on the most effective way to “go digital” while...

  • eSchool Media
    March 26th, 2019
    The critical role network performance monitoring plays on campus
    By Alec Pinkham
    director of product marketing, AppNeta
    Today’s colleges and universities are working hard to groom the leading IT pros, data scientists and network engineers of tomorrow, preparing them for a connected world and tech scene that’s already vastly different than it was only a half decade ago. But despite emphasizing...

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