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Experts Guide to the Postsecondary Market

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This Month in Ed Tech History

October 1978 - The Learning Campany incorporated. The Learning Company (TLC), an American educational software company, was incorporated in California in October 1978 as Micropro International Corp. TLC is best known for its line of educational children's software, most notably the Reader Rabbit series of learning. In 1991, Reader Rabbit 1won Technology & Learning Magazine's Language Arts Program of the Decade and the following year Reader Rabbit 2 won a Parents' Choice Foundation Award, the Software Publishers Association's Award for Best Elementary Education Product, and Technology & Learning Magazine's Award of Excellence. In 1995 a "bidding war" took place between Brøderbund and SoftKey, with the latter eventually acquiring TLC for $606 million in cash. SoftKey took up The Learning Company's name with the acquisition. Mattel purchased the company in 1999 for $3.8 billion, renaming it "Mattel Interactive". TLC, along with Brøderbund, is now a subsidiarie of Riverdeep. As of December 17, 2008, TLC closed their online store, leaving their products to be found at retail stores and other online distributors.

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Nominations Now Open for the 30th Annual SIIA CODiE Awards
SIIA today opened nominations for the 2015 SIIA CODiE Awards. The 2015 CODiE Awards feature 14 new and updated categories, reflecting the dramatic changes in technology and business models impacting the
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SIIA Seeks Education Technology Innovators for Incubator Program
The Education Division of SIIA is accepting applicants for its Innovation Incubator program. Selected developers of promising technologies in the K-12 and postsecondary markets will be invited to participate in the SIIA Innovation Incubator
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What It Takes To Be A CODiE Awards Judge
It’s that time of year again, the CODiE Awards. SIIA’s annual CODiE Awards recognizes excellence in the content, education and software industries. The CODiE Awards remain the only peer-recognized program
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