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    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...

    As seen 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...

    As seen on 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...

    As seen on 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...

    As seen on 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...

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