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Electronic Education Report Newsletter

For nearly 20 years, top executives and decision-makers have relied on Electronic Education Report to consistently deliver critical news and informed perspective on the K-12 electronic instructional materials market. As the market for technology in schools has evolved, so too has Electronic Education Report. Each issue contains insights into the current opportunities and challenges facing instructional software providers, as well as relevant analysis of emergent technologies.

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Karen Meaney is the editor of the biweekly B2B newsletter Electronic Education Report, which covers the K-12 educational technology arena. Prior to joining Simba Information in 2004, Karen was an education reporter at the Journal News, Gannett's daily newspaper in Westchester County, NY, and also worked in marketing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and an MBA from Fordham University.

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Volume 22, Number 14 July 6, 2015 Microsoft Launches Community for Minecraft

Sessions introducing Minecraft to teachers and telling them how they could use it for STEM instruction and to introduce coding into their classrooms were among the most popular at the June ISTE conference with educators lining up early to assure they would be admitted into the presentations.

At the same time, Microsoft (Redmond, WA) responded to the growing popularity of Minecraft in educational settings by introducing Minecraftdestination, a forum where teachers can learn what is possible with Minecraft and share ideas.

Anthony Salcito, vice president of worldwide education at Microsoft, said the company is excited about how educators are incorporating Minecraft into their curriculum and how students are benefitting from the immersive learning environment.

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March 13, 2015 Volume 22, Number 6
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