Public libraries in America aren’t as old as you may think. The first free public library supported by taxes was the New Hampshire Town Library, which was founded in 1833. The second, in Boston, came nearly two dozen years later in 1852. While libraries have been around for thousands of years, they[…]
Both students and educators alike are using the social platform to connect and interact with one another. To meet the high demand of schools using Twitter, our Creative Team has launched an easy-to-use digital signage Twitter Widget; to go with the widget, the Creative Team has also designed[…]
Have you ever passed by one of your displays and saw a big error message? Or maybe nothing at all? Worst, you say to a colleague, “Hey, I just noticed the display was down,” and they reply, “Yeah it’s been like that for a week.” Yikes! As you grow your network, it becomes harder to quickly keep[…]
If you’re looking for more ways to incorporate technology into the classroom, then you’ve probably thought about using Twitter. But how do you turn a social platform into a learning tool? Here are over 20 ideas to get you started!
In the second it takes you to read this sentence, 6,000 tweets were sent out; by the time you finish reading this post over 350,000 people have tweeted! Twitter is huge, and we’re making it even easier to engage your students with our new Twitter widget.