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We’ve been hard at work on making changes and improvements to our website. Along with that, we’ve also spruced up our education blog, which you’ll find at EdBlog. We’re still providing the same content, we’ve …

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EDCompass Blog Has Moved
June 25, 2015 – 10:47 am | No Comment

We’ve been hard at work on making changes and improvements to our website. Along with that, we’ve also spruced up our education blog, which you’ll find at EdBlog. We’re still providing the same content, we’ve just given it a new home. Join us there! Read the full story »

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In Praise of Learning Communities: Elevating Beyond the Blame Game
March 17, 2015 – 4:55 am | No Comment
In Praise of Learning Communities: Elevating Beyond the Blame Game

You’ve heard SMART reinforce the importance of intuitive, natural collaboration for anyone, anywhere. Many times. Including here on this blog. But let’s broaden the collaboration discussion a bit further to the education community.
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Moving Beyond Pockets of Excellence: Understanding High-Quality Use
December 15, 2014 – 8:00 pm | No Comment
Moving Beyond Pockets of Excellence: Understanding High-Quality Use

In my previous blog post I shared strategies for speeding up your technology adoption, an objective so many educators and education technology leaders share. Having a speedy adoption is fantastic, provided it results in high-quality …