To B[YOD], or Not to B[YOD]?

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Cheesy title; I know, but what do you expect from a former dorky English teacher? (Though while I’m no longer an English teacher, the dorky part still stands.) We covered BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in the classroom several months back, and Continue reading

Unigo Names Top 10 Colleges for Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow


More than 30,000 students voted in the 2013 College Rankings on, a free website where students can share photos, documents, videos and reviews of their schools.  Unigo’s popularity has made it a quick and reliable reference for high school Continue reading

Integrating Accessible Technology into Early Learning Environments to Close the Achievement Gap

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After three years of research, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC ) and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media recently released a joint position statement titled “Technology and Interactive Media as Tools Continue reading