March 17, 2014
Now that computer technology is an integral part of implementing the K-12 school curriculum, today’s colleges of education are training future teachers for a new kind of collaborative classroom. “As we work with outside schools and our partnerships, ...
February 11, 2014
When the Bartow County School System, located in the rural foothills of Georgia’s Appalachian Mountains, began rebuilding the 58-year-old Adairsville Middle School, no one knew that a powerful tornado was about to devastate the small community. After ...
January 29, 2014
When Steve Fewell of CS Photography discovered the Epson SureLab D3000 dry lab, he realized his business could profitably deliver large volumes of high quality prints and meet his high standards for quality at a lower cost-per-print.
November 15, 2013
The curtain is about to go up, and 15 children stand ready to perform “Love’s Labors Lost” with the Los Angeles Drama Club (LADC) at The Lost Studio, a theater in Hollywood. Despite the usual stage fright, the kids are all warmed up, ...
October 30, 2013
As nonprofit organization Fresh Artists began its fifth year delivering programs and supplies to art teachers in severely under-resourced K-12 public schools, it started looking for a better way to scan donated student artwork. The solution was the ...
September 30, 2013
When the flood of 2008 devastated Cedar Rapids, Iowa and surrounding communities, Kirkwood Community College stepped forward to provide vital community support to those in need. The college shared its hilltop campus with displaced government ...
August 06, 2013
The Guarisco Gallery in Washington, D.C., has found a high-quality yet cost-effective way to attract art enthusiasts to its collection of original 19th and early 20th century European and American paintings and sculpture. The gallery ...
February 08, 2013
When Marko Jarymovych, IT technical director at The Wharton School, the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, drew up the plans to convert all audiovisual classrooms to HD-compatible projectors, he took care to budget in the expected...
December 11, 2012
Technology decision makers at Lee County Public Schools (LCPS) needed to change course and rethink the proposed classroom sound solution for 90 schools, after realizing widespread support and troubleshooting issues with their current ceiling speaker...
December 07, 2012
It seems unlikely that a 17-year-old girl can run her own small photography business in The Gambia, West Africa, where the average income is $1.00-a-day. But with the help of the...