September 22, 2011

Lessons Learned from Netflix

All companies, whether they are active in social media or not, should secure the online names that could be used…

Emily Embury
July 15, 2011

Top 10 Tools from Web 2.0 Smackdown

On the Saturday before ISTE 2011, the CB&A team had the opportunity to attend EduBloggerCon in Philadelphia. Now in its…

Emily Embury
November 2, 2010

The Need for Open Leadership

According to the Nielsen Company, we each spend, on average, nearly five and a half hours per month on social…

Emily Embury
October 27, 2010

The Role Education Plays in Fighting World Hunger

“Almost a billion people are going hungry every day around the world,” according to Bettina Luescher, chief spokesperson for the…

Emily Embury
July 15, 2010

The Life and Death of Web 2.0

Edublogger Adam Bellow held a memorial service for the term “Web 2.0” at the 2010 ISTE Conference as part of…

Emily Embury
June 26, 2010

ISTE 2010: Exploring Excellence

The CB&A team has traveled to Denver for ISTE 2010 – the conference formerly known as NECC.  The theme of…

Emily Embury
June 25, 2010

Learning? There’s an App for That!

More than 75 percent of teens own cell phones, up from just 45 percent in 2004, according to Pew Internet…

Emily Embury
June 10, 2010

Why You Should Check Into Foursquare

Dubbed “the next Twitter” by some tech experts, Foursquare is a location-based social networking website that tracks its users’ whereabouts…

Emily Embury
June 1, 2010

Are You Ready for Augmented Reality?

One of the newest buzzwords in the world of technology is a concept called augmented reality.  According to Wikipedia, augmented…

Emily Embury
May 4, 2010

The Tech Commandments: Ideas to Revitalize Education

According to author Adam Bellow, The Tech Commandments are a reaction to what he has seen and experienced in schools…

Emily Embury