Monthly Archives: July 2014
In a survey conducted June 2013 by a third party research firm for Yodle.com, an online marketing tool for small business branding, 306 American small business owners, across a large array of service industries, were polled on their perspectives on work-life balance, professional and personal worries, technology, and government and institutional support.
Here are 3 of the top findings […]
Emerging Technology in Classrooms- Pros, Cons & and an Uptick in Attendance, Enthusiasm for Education
From computer programs and software, PC to Mac, and definitely representations from smart devices such as tablets, the growth of technology in the classroom can be felt and seen in nearly every school in America.
There will always be concern regarding the use of traditional approaches to education versus riding the technology wave through the 21st […]
With technology, “KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON” should be the mantra, both for the systems we use, and also for our psyches.”
“A domain for the nerds.” That is how the Internet used to be viewed back in the early 1990s, until all the rest of us began to use and depend on it. But this quote […]