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How do you encourage students to become life-long learners? In this EdTech Digest profile secured by Sterling Communications, Global Imagination CEO Mike Foody talks with editor Victor Rivero about how to engage students with a 21st century facelift to this classroom staple.
How do you engage students in ways that can dramatically improve both comprehension and collaboration? In this EdTech Digest profile secured by Sterling Communications, the visual impact of the Magic Planet digital video globe is examined.
President Obama used a Magic Planet digital video globe from SCI client Global Imagination to unveil the Educate to Innovate campaign. Provided by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, the Magic Planet served as an example of innovative technology that can help students learn about global phenomena in an exciting new way.
The ConocoPhillips Global Water Sustainability Centre in Qatar Science & Technology Park successfully conveys the vital need for water conservation, thanks to Global Imagination‘s Magic Planet.
Digital globes are making the move beyond science centers to classrooms, boardrooms and even living rooms someday. Thanks to Sterling’s media outreach, the Times’ story on Magic Planet digital globe was a marketing success that garnered both qualified leads as well as investor interest.
In a TechFlash interview arranged by Sterling, the Government and External Affairs vice president of the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) commented on Washington’s research and development tax credit.
Sterling secured 18M+ print media impressions for the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) in the two months leading up to the November 2012 general election. Issues on which the WTIA demonstrated thought leadership included Initiative 1098, TechNW development, and the tech job surge.