A computer interface between the brain, through brain waves, and music composition software allows people to compose a work of music just by thinking about it.
Our editorial policies are designed to safeguard student identity. Our privacy policies (esp. on other systems we’ve built) protect everyone.
Girls Who Code promotes equity in high-tech fields. A summer immersion camp, where 1 team programmed robots, is part of it.
Teachers use their classrooms to promote commercial products in exchange for freebies tech companies offer them.
A DDoS attack, initiated by criminals on compromised networks of computers, known as botnets, took Voxitatis offline for a moment these past few days.
Can you code an app? Win a contest, with prizes, and even get your app displayed in the halls of Congress if you’re one of the winners from your district.
An online game, Blue Whale suicide challenge, makes its way around the US on social media; some kids have killed themselves while playing.
A ransomware cyberattack has hit more than 150 countries and is spread by users clicking a link in illegitimate email.
Teens sure do use technological devices a lot. The question is: What are they learning from them? And how can teachers learn what they’re learning?
Technology has made it easy for schools to notify parents in an emergency by robocall or robo-text. But has it gone too far?