Education Technology Media Group's goal is to advance the education process through technology. We provide an integrated channel of print, e-media and conferences to efficiently reach IT professionals, administrators and tech-savvy faculty with the buying authority in both K-12 and higher education institutions.
T.H.E. Journal informs and educates K-12 senior-level district and school administrators, technologists, and tech-savvy educators within districts, schools, and classrooms to improve and advance the learning process through the use of technology. Reaching 90,000 qualified readers, T.H.E. Journal is the largest circulated monthly K-12 education technology publication. Each issue contains news, trends, and “how-to” features with topics covering networking, security, policy and advocacy, telecom, hardware/software, the smart classroom, mobile computing and wireless, eLearning, technology funding, professional development, technology support--all the important issues for administration and teaching.
FETC (Florida Education Technology Conference) is one of the largest, most successful K-12 conferences in the United States devoted to education technology. The conference program is designed so educators and administrators have an opportunity to learn how to integrate different technologies across the curriculum – from kindergarten to college – while being exposed to the latest hardware, software, and successful strategies on student technology use. FETC is designed for teachers, principals and deans, district administrators, curriculum designers, media specialists, technology directors and various other educators.
Campus Technology is the only monthly publication focused exclusively on the use of technology across higher education. Campus Technology provides in-depth coverage of specific technologies and their implementations, including wireless networks and mobile devices; enterprise resource planning; e-learning and course management systems; ‘smart classroom’ technologies; immersive technologies; security solutions; telecom, classroom capture, and next-generation Web technologies—all the important issues for campus IT decision makers. Delivered each month to 50,000 senior-level administrators, IT professionals, and faculty, Campus Technology provides direction and analysis, expert opinion, product resources, case studies, and detailed coverage of emerging technologies to assist technology leaders in their specific roles on campus.