Top 50 resources shared at #AETC2014
Jun12

Top 50 resources shared at #AETC2014

We’ve collected the top 50 resources that were shared surrounding the Alabama Education Technology Conference that was held in Birmingham, Alabama last week. We’re excited to offer this resource with a hope to encourage and inspire Alabama educators to keep the momentum from last weeks conference going well into the summer, as next years lessons plans begin to unfold. Enjoy!  “It began with Dr. Tommy Bice, our state...

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We’ve got your back with this Backup and Data Recovery Solution!
Jun11

We’ve got your back with this Backup and Data Recovery Solution!

The recent AETA meeting was great at providing emphasis on the issue of Backup and Disaster Recovery and now we’ve got your back with this summer promo. Did you know InCare-K12 has a Back-up and Disaster Recovery solution service called InVault Pro? Data back up is no longer just for big data companies. With the expanded use of digital devices, the need to store data has expanded. We offer this service to schools to protect and...

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Make a Ruckus with our Wireless Starter Kit
Jun10

Make a Ruckus with our Wireless Starter Kit

As a partner with Ruckus Wireless we have teamed up to offer a summer WI-FI Promotional Starter Kit. Until the end of September we are offering a Controller and 10 AC access points for only $6495. These products list for almost $20,000.  Take advantage of this opportunity to TRY the power and flexibility of Ruckus.  If you are interested, fill out our contact form and we can actually bring a Ruckus Controller and access points to your...

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What will the classroom be like in 100 years?
Jun09

What will the classroom be like in 100 years?

At the Bett show in London, a 1:1 Event and host of the World’s Largest Learning Technology Show, there was a very interesting montage showing predictions of what education will look like in the next 30 years. We re-tweeted the photo this morning. Since it was such an interesting topic, we decided to write a blog post to explore the future possibilities a bit deeper. Since we still have a long way to go in education technology,...

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The NO FAIL1:1 education technology planning guide
Jun01

The NO FAIL1:1 education technology planning guide

The buzz on the street is there seems to be some chaos revolving around education technology implementation.  In many cases devices are being pushed on educators leaving them obligated to “figure out” a way to make their school’s new tech initiative work. Believe it or not, this is actually a common problem experienced in the implementation process that has a very clear cut solution. It all starts with a plan! The trouble is, school...

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