Albert Einstein said: “Your imagination is a preview of coming attractions.” When we consider education, does this mean that we will eventually live in a world where learning feels more like play and everyone has access to equal education? Will we live in a world where learning is individualized so every student maximally benefits from …
Living in the shadow of Gmail, Reader and Calendar's got to be tough, but that's what a slew of useful Google products do every day. We give Google's front-running applications a lot of ink (or pixels, as it were), and the rest a passing mention in the fast-flowing river of news. Today's top 10 pays homage to the little brother and sister Google products that you forgot all about.
For discovering new web content, everyone knows StumbleUpon. But NextStories is a cool alternative that presents pages and articles in a Pinterest-like interface, giving you more control over what you see next.
As wearable devices technology gains more traction in our everyday lives, a presentation at Campus Technology 2014 in Boston outlines how that growth is extending into the education market. Take a look at 5 ways wearables can fit into the classroom.
Back in August, we told you about a free course on artificial intelligence being offered by Stanford University, and co-taught by two world-renowned AI experts. The class officially started today, so if you managed to register for it on time, then good on you.