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Popular YouTube Series Helps Students Gain Interest in Classic Literature

Literary YouTube, an online storytelling series, can help teachers connect their students with classic literature including Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' and Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein.'

Education World STEM News Round Up

This week, news in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education is focused on innovative student-engaging projects, modernized teaching methods, and K-12 STEM reform.

Technology Administrator Offers Six 'Tech Check' Tips for 2015

Veteran Technology Administrator Carlos A. Garcia offers technology directors and other IT personnel six to-dos to streamline the beginning of the year.

Survey Examines Students' Web Research Skills

A new study shows that librarians have little confidence in student skill level when it comes to both properly paraphrasing and identifying credible Web sources in research when compared to students’ evaluations of themselves.

IT Expert Offers Tips on Managing Information Systems in Schools

IT expert R.J. Gravel offers teachers tips on how schools can improve efficiency while using electronic resources.

Teacher: Seven Reasons Why Schools Should Teach Robotics, Game Design

Lynn Paul is a former school librarian who teaches game design, robotics, and engineering. She offers teachers seven reasons why all teachers should teach robotics and game design.

Google Announces New Mobile App, Additions to Google Classroom

Google has announced a new mobile app for Google Classroom and two new features to help teachers and students connect from anywhere.