By combining a high-resolution camera and an ultrafast scanner, IRIS’ new camera scanners can speed up data collection by shortening the process of entering official information, whilst preventing errors. They scan any type of document or book, without the need to cut and damage materials. … RobotShop released a new articulated robotic arm, which provides new software that includes a graphical interface with multiple ways to control the arm as well as create, edit and run sequences without any programming required.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Harvey Mudd College staff nightly homework hotlines for high school and middle school students who need help with math and science. These college tutors aim to guide the younger students toward solving the problem themselves.
Repairs that require software updates and wrenches compel career and technical education administrators to buy more expensive tools and technology. And in the coming years, the spread of those electric and self-driving cars will only put more pressure on educators to keep the curriculum and equipment current.
The Greater New Bedford Regional Voc-Tech High School is looking for new ways to offer skill-building courses for vocational jobs. Over the next few years, it will expand its offerings into marine technology, as well as start an aviation program.
On Tuesday, January 14, FETC will take you on a technology field trip. Choose one digital learning site to visit from the registration menu. Each site visit will include an overview of the school’s program and classroom visits plus opportunities to engage staff and administrators in discussion. Use Source Code DAMAG20.
A bill, approved by the House of Representatives and awaiting action in the Senate, would authorize the Department of Homeland Security to assist in protecting state and local agencies from cyberthreats and restore the functionality of networks, including school networks, if they are hit with ransomware.
The bill requires all public students across the state to undergo mental health screenings, in the name of school safety. The bill allows each district to create a mental health crisis response plan to identify students who may pose a threat to themselves or others.
Chicago Teachers Union members begin casting ballots on Tuesday on whether or not to authorize a strike. The union has rejected an offer for a 16 percent pay raise over five years and is also asking for more staff such as nurses, librarians, social workers and special education teachers after years of cuts.