We are so excited for the Campus Technology 2014 Conference in Boston next week that we made a “Campus Technology 2014 in Boston Preview!” There are tons of cool things to do and see. From awesome presenters to a great roster of exhibitors, who knows where to begin? Have no fear, internet friend, we

Just yesterday we came across a well done post on MiddleWeb as part of their “New Teacher Series” titled “What an Effective Teacher’s Classroom Looks Like.” The article is worth the click. The authors, Annette Breaux and Todd Whitaker, lay out bullet points, or rather tangible pieces, of ineffective and effective teaching behaviors, environments, and pedagogy. Naturally,

ProctorFree, an educational technology startup located in Charlotte, NC, has been selected to participate as a finalist in the Charlotte Venture Challenge competition. The Charlotte Venture Challenge is a startup competition specifically for high-growth tech startups located in the Southeast region of the United States. Over 100 companies apply each year to compete in the

We are proud to announce that ProctorFree’s on-demand, online proctoring technology will launch on January 1st, 2014. Our new technology makes testing simpler by eliminating the need for a proctor. Rather than driving to a testing center or scheduling a time for someone to watch you via webcam, you can use ProctorFree’s technology to take

Video games have been a huge source of controversy for kids, parents, and teachers since Atari reared its ugly head in the 80’s.  Educators and parents have spent years telling kids that video games would fry brain cells and to spend more time with their heads in the books.   Once thought to be the

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