All for one, and one for all. More than $4 million is being spent around the state to encourage schools to share technology resources.
A lot of life is conducted online these days; you read email, save data on the cloud. You can even meet a life-partner or complete a college degree, all with the click of a mouse.
Today, Ogemaw county joined a group of what’s called “connected” communities. Read more
School kids across Michigan are stepping out of the classroom and onto buses for, what for many, is their favorite time of the year, field trips.
Some that are within driving distance of Alpena are learning about a unique part of Michigan history…shipwrecks. Read more
A common condition from deep water diving is one reason why the local hospital features two hyperbaric chambers. Read more
A team of northern Michigan students have raised enough money travel and compete in a regional robotics competition.
It could soon be easier for phone companies to end traditional landline service in Michigan.
A sport for the mind. Robotics teams in Michigan have been experiencing significant growth, now boasting more than any other state in the nation.
One particular team comes from Petoskey Middle School, where the team is now experimenting with a different kind of technology. Read more
Schools and educators in Michigan seem to be coming around to the idea of technology in the classroom and even a new approach to homework.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane; no, it’s a helicopter. An unmanned helicopter has found its way to CMU this week and it’s not an ordinary type of helicopter.