Schoology Blog

    I recently had the pleasure of joining Robert (Bob) Schuetz and Chris Aviles in an ongoing conversation about, what else, learning. Bob is a veteran educator of 25 years who is nothing short of a philosophical mastermind. Chris brings eight years of experience and a ton of innovative ideas to the table. Needless to say, their total sense of wonder and passion for learning inspired me greatly. That's why we decided to put our conversation into a blog with the hopes that it ...
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On April 7, 2014, a vulnerability with the OpenSSL library, a data encryption protocol used by many web servers across the internet, was discovered and published. This vulnerability, known as Heartbleed Bug (CVE-2014-0160), could be used to remotely obtain and exploit sensitive information. After a thorough audit of our system, we have determined that none of the schoology.com sites (including white-labeled domains that point to Schoology) have been affected by this vulnerability. All of ...
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      Schoology NEXT 2014 is getting closer, and it’s already shaping up to be an incredible event. We have keynotes by Alan November and our CEO Jeremy Friedman, numerous presentations by passionate Schoology users, collaborative workshops, and much more. As if this weren’t enough reason to attend NEXT 2014, we’ve added another brilliant mind to our speaker list. In fact, we’re so excited about our new keynote speaker that we extended Early Bird ...
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  Mobile technologies have condensed our whole digital world into a pocket-sized gadget that was science fiction a few decades ago. When every tool you need can rest comfortably in the palm of your hand, it's hard to think that it could get any better. Well, it can and it has. Today is the day that Schoology's Android app takes the simplicity and convenience of mobile integration to the next level. Our Android app v2.5 comes equipped with Resource Apps for Google Drive, Dropbox, ...
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    Some people love jigsaw puzzles. Personally I don't get it. The challenge of organizing hundreds, even thousands, of similar yet totally unique pieces into a coherent picture (that is the same as the one on the box!) just never seemed too enticing to pass up. But what if instead of assembling a picture you've already seen, the puzzle pieces showed you something you didn't know, something that can change your daily life? This is the essence of data tracking and ...
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