Empowering Education Through Technology: Highlights from Our Showcase at the HECC Conference

At the recent Hoosier Education Computer Coordinators (HECC) Conference held at the Crown Plaza in Indianapolis, we had the exciting opportunity to present our latest educational technology products to help students, educators, and administrators succeed. This event, a central gathering for Indiana’s educators and tech enthusiasts, allowed us to demonstrate how our cutting-edge learning products […]

Revolutionizing Education with Learning Management Systems

In the complex world of education, institutions grapple with diverse challenges, from managing testing scores to orchestrating course content and pedagogical strategies. They face a pivotal choice: rely on traditional, fragmented solutions or embrace a Learning Management System (LMS) – a singular, comprehensive platform connecting multiple publishers in one accessible space. The Power of Unified […]

Attending GenCon in Indiana: Unexpected Tabletop Conference in Indianapolis

What an incredible and enlightening few days it has been at GenCon 2023! This conference host a staggering attendance of over 70,000 passionate board game enthusiasts. An astounding selection of 20,000 captivating events kept everyone busy from start to finish. This consumer- focused show dedicated to tabletop games has provided an unparalleled opportunity to explore […]

Attending FETC 2023 in New Orleans: A Recap of the Exciting EdTech Conference in New Orleans

FETC New Orleans 2023

For those of you who may not know, FETC stands for the Future of Education Technology Conference. Additionally, it is one of the most highly anticipated events in the education technology industry. The conference was in New Orleans, and it attracted a wide range of attendees. They included teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, and EdTech vendors. […]

The Benefits of Accelerated Learning

accelerated learning

As the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic start to diminish, school systems are looking for ways to help their students recover from the largest disruption to K-12 education in history. Until more recently, the most common approach to addressing unfinished learning was remediation. Remediation requires students master missing skills and concepts before they can move […]