Obama Pledges $4B through Computer Science for All

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Obama Computer Science

President Obama recently announced his three-year initiative to empower American students with the computer science skills they need to succeed in a digital economy. This plan, called “Computer Science for All”,  outlines $4 billion in funding to provide schools and educators across the country with the resources they need to teach computer science. This includes training teachers, equipping classrooms and … Read More

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5 Days of EdTech at TCEA 2016 with Studica

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TCEA Together We Shape the Future

The Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention has arrived, and it’s bringing with it a whole new spin on how to use technology in the classroom. TCEA 2016 is taking place at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas on February 1st – 5th. From elementary grades to higher education, this event explores last year’s successes and failures in education … Read More

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SREB Offering Grants for Teacher Training

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SREB Advanced Career Grants

There is great news for schools interested in adopting SREB’s Advanced Career pathways. The Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) is offering 100 training grants to educational institutions within SREB and High Schools That Work (HSTW) states. These schools are required to adopt one or more Advanced Career (AC) curricula for the 2016-2017 school year. This grant will allow teachers to … Read More

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How to Create a Raycast in Unity 3D

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How to Create a Raycast in Unity 3D

What is Raycasting? Raycasting is commonly used in video game development for things such as determining line of sight of the player or the AI, where a projectile will go, creating lasers and more. A raycast is, essentially, a ray that gets sent out from a position in 3D or 2D space and moves in a specific direction. Unity 3D … Read More

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Bett 2016: Studica Exhibits Best STEM Solutions

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BETT Show 2016 London

We are excited about Bett 2016! Bett is the world’s leading education technology event. Welcoming thousands from around the globe, this annual convention brings together experts in the industry and allows academic professionals to meet their peers from far and wide. With the rate that technology is growing, no classroom experiences full integration of the latest devices and advanced programs. … Read More

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Discover EdTech with Studica at FETC 2016

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Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC)

FETC 2016 is up and running this morning at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The annual Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) will be taking place there from January 12th – 15th, offering educators and academic professionals information on the latest tech solutions for their classrooms. FETC focuses on new and exciting EdTech – or rather facilitating … Read More

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GG Maker Academic Now Available at Studica

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GG Maker Game Design Sparks Interactive STEM Learning

Studica recently sealed a deal to offer GG Maker Academic to students, educators and schools. GG Maker is a video game engine that can produce 2D and 3D games very quickly. The engine has been growing in popularity due to its ease of use and low barrier of entry. Studica is the exclusive reseller for the Academic Version of the software. GG … Read More

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Huge Student Savings at Studica's Back to Class Sale

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Student Savings Back to Class

Spring into your semester with student savings on some of your must-haves for school. Students can save up to 90% off retail pricing on some of the products they need, and even more products they want, for the new semester. At Studica, we strive to offer the best and latest technology at unbeatable academic prices. Seems too good to be … Read More

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Studica Stays Connected at TCEA 2016

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TCEA Convention 2016

The Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) hosts a state-wide convention every year to bring together some of the brightest minds from around the world and discuss how technology is being used in classrooms. From primary schools to higher education, the annual TCEA Convention & Exposition encourages educators and academic professionals to explore best practices for engaging students and innovating learning … Read More

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SREB Student Wins Big with Clean Energy Project

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SREB Student Winner

A high school student from Lexington-Richland District Five in South Carolina was honored with the 2015 Young Innovator of the Year award for his clean energy project. Tyler Wrenn, a senior at Chapin High School, was recognized for the award by InnoVison during a ceremony in September earlier this year. Wrenn is part of the Center for Advanced Technical Studies … Read More

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