ARCHIVED POSTS

Ottawa High School Utilizes DyKnow for 1-1 Initiative

Courtesy of the Ottawa Herald, By RYAN COBBS, Ottawa High School | 11/4/2013 Ottawa High School began work on its 1-to-1 Initiative in the 2012-2013 school year. The purpose of the program is to put technology in the hands of each individual OHS student. One of our goals is to become an innovator in education and… Read More »

Nov 05

Security Considerations: Mobile and #BYOD Networks

The most recent webinar in our “Let’s Share Ideas! EdTech Webinar Series” was presented by Ernest Staats, Technology Director at Georgia Cumberland Academy in Calhoun, Georgia. Georgia Cumberland is a one-to-one computing school with PCs running Windows 7. Ernest is a network security whiz and he’s even presenting a 3-hour hands on lab during FETC… Read More »

Nov 09

UPDATE: Let’s Share Ideas! EdTech Webinar Series

Exciting update: new webinar added! Security Considerations: Mobile & BYOD Networks Presented by: Ernest Staats, Technology Director @ Georgia Cumberland AcademyTuesday, November 6, 2012 at 3:00pm EDT (US)  REGISTER NOW! To see saved presentations of other EdTech webinars, visit our Archived Webinars page now! —

Oct 24

Back to School EdTech Series: Cool Tools to Connect With Students

  Guest post 1 of 2 by Lisa Koster   College Professor of Math and Computer ApplicationsConestoga College, Kitchener, Ontario, CanadaHP Catalyst Initiative Project Lead for the Business Math Conestoga Project   Paper.li: Education and TechnologyTwitter: @LKoster   Join Lisa and DyKnow for our Let’s Share Ideas! EdTech Webinar Series. Lisa will present Wednesday, October 17… Read More »

Sep 09

#EdTech at ELH ’12 | Learning in Australia

I had the incredibly fortunate opportunity to join our Manager of Customer Success Bryan Naas for a 2-week trip to Australia. Each day was packed with meetings, one-to-one computing roundtables, conference events, and in-country travel between Brisbane, Melbourne, Lorne and Sydney. We met with a great number of friends, both new and old, and learned… Read More »

Sep 07