- GoPro’s new $130 camera seems perfect for Scouting adventures
- 2015-16 Cub Scout requirements finalized
- Seattle Venturing crew attempts to climb Mount McKinley
- NAYLE, BSA’s top training for youth, now offered at all 4 high-adventure bases
- BSA asks Scout units, councils to stop using phrase ‘Fun With a Purpose’
GoPro announced an entry-level model of its popular HERO camera that costs just $130. That makes it perfect for Scouting adventures.
The 57th Jamboree-on-the-Air and the 18th Jamboree-on-the-Internet will be held on Oct. 18 and 19, 2014.
Selected merit badge pamphlets, leader materials and the Fieldbook are now available on Kindle devices or via the Kindle app on phones and tablets.
The increasing prevalence of electric vehicles led two Scouters to make a case for adding charging capabilities at BSA camps and national high-adventure bases.
The importance of the Cyber Chip has only grown in the time since it was introduced. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers should have one.
Which Scouting apps are worthy of downloading or even paying for to enhance your Scouting experience? Here's the ultimate list of Scouting apps.
Mark shares three strategies for dealing with context collapse and making sure you don't reveal more about yourself than you're comfortable sharing.
Clear a spot on your home screen for Camp Scout!, a free iPhone app brought to you by Boys’ Life magazine and the BSA’s Outdoor Adventures team.
The BSA's Deputy Chief Scout Executive, Gary Butler, wrote a guest blog post that offers his nuanced opinion on the place that smartphones have in Scouting.
April 2 Update: See an important message about VR Scouting at the end of the post. Love Scouting but hate getting out in the fresh air? You’re in luck! Today the Boy Scouts
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