All posts by Marla Wilson

ClassLink Celebrates Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence Win

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ClassLink Recognized by Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence Clifton, NJ – November 21, 2017 –  ClassLink, the leading single sign-on solution for K-12 and Higher-Ed announced that its new product, ClassLink Analytics, was recognized by the 2017 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence. A panel of Tech & Learning qualified educators reviewed hundreds of entries to determine the winners…

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Curriculum Pathways® and ClassLink Partnership

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Curriculum Pathways® and ClassLink Collaborate to Improve Curriculum Access Free curriculum from SAS available through education’s preeminent single sign-on platform Clifton, NJ – November 21, 2017 –  ClassLink, the leader in single sign-on, class rostering, and learning resource analytics, has announced a strategic relationship with Curriculum Pathways, the award-winning free web-based curriculum from SAS. ClassLink® empowers students and teachers with…

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More on ClassLink Analytics

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In this series, we interview District Administrators about their experience with ClassLink Analytics. ClassLink Analytics shows digital learning resources and business tools usage by the school, grade, and individual. Custom, easy-to-read charts include ‘Logins Outside of School Hours’, ‘Top Applications, ‘Device Types’ and more. ClassLink Analytics is also available as a mobile app that tracks and reports data in real-time. I had...
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Best Higher Education Solution

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ClassLink Recognized for Best Higher Ed Solution by The Tech Edvocate Clifton, NJ – November 1, 2017 – ClassLink, the leading provider of one-click access to digital learning resources, has been named the Best Higher Education Solution by The 2017 Tech Edvocate Awards for P-20 education. The Tech Edvocate Awards in 32 categories were given to companies, products, and people…

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ClassLink’s George Perreault Bestowed Jack Kelly Award for Impacting Florida Educational Technology

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Leading Florida Ed Tech Association Recognizes Chief Academic Officer for Positive Impact   Clifton, NJ – October 18, 2017 – ClassLink announced that its Chief Academic Officer, George Perreault, was recognized by the Florida Association of Education Data Systems (FAEDS) with the prestigious Jack Kelly Award. The honor is bestowed at the discretion of the organization’s Board of Directors and…

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The Journey to Data Interoperability

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As Districts adopt more and more digital learning resources, data remains across multiple systems, igniting the need for greater data interoperability.   Without a streamlined place to manage all this data, educational leaders are faced with the uphill battle of how to effectively access and plan for student achievement. For educators, the challenge of siloed data needs to be resolved…

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ClassLink Analytics – The Data Your District Needs

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In this series, we present interviews with school districts using ClassLink Analytics. ClassLink Analytics shows digital learning resource and business tool usage by school, grade, and individual. With custom usage reports and a mobile app, our Analytics tool helps administrators evaluate the digital tools being used in their schools. Earlier this year, we rolled out an updated Analytics dashboard and have been…

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A Different Take on Technology Adoption in Education

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Let’s Talk About What K-12 Technology Adoption Really Means A quick scan of recent education technology headlines will reveal a number of companies announcing that a district has recently adopted their solution. The intent is to influence districts that are evaluating solutions by showcasing other districts that have made the same decision. However, what these technology adoption announcements fail to showcase…

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Back-To-School Tips for Instructional Technology Directors

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Words of Advice from a former Instructional Technology Director Having spent 40 years in a school district as a teacher, assistant principal, and district level Instructional Technology Director, this time of year brings back a familiar feeling. Much like a bird listens for the wind and looks for changes in the season to know when it’s time to head south, I…

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