Salman Khan, The Most Influential Person In Education Technology Forbes The software was appropriate for tens of people, but video together with analytics connecting the software to the videos would be necessary to take it to the next level.
University of California students now have much more flexibility in taking online classes as they pursue college degrees. eCampus News. Full Article ... This post is filed under: Daily News. Tagged as: Educational Systems.
by Frank Gray, The Journal Gazette For an increasing number of students, their first foray into higher education doesn’t mean familiarizing themselves with a college campus or moving into a dorm room, but comfortably logging onto a website to take...
By Katie Lepi, Edudemic Staying on top of the trends in the ever-evolving edtech world can turn into a full time job. One can easily get lost in the sea of acronyms, terminology, digi-speak, and new concepts.
ARNnet Unbundled: Reimagining Higher Education Huffington Post One thing that both supporters and critics of online education agree on is that the MOOC movement has ignited a spirited conversation about the future of higher education.
This guide brings together some of the best tips on using Twitter in the classroom. We’ve sourced some of the best education blogs from the web to bring you these useful resources from influential bloggers. Our tips come from Jeff Dunn from Edudemic and Christopher Pappas from eLearning Industry plus other education bloggers who really know what they are talking about.
The futurists envision wireless charging stations everywhere, flexible displays that will turn a variety of surfaces into information hubs and television featuring “super hi-vision” that is 16 times the level of detail of current high-definition TVs.
At the close of every year I draw up a list of books I want to read for the upcoming one. When I was [much] younger the goal was to read as many books as I could—the more books I read the greater the sense of accomplishment I felt.
I’m far more selective than I was in my youth; my aim is to read books that are worthy of my time, which is no doubt a sign of aging or crankiness, though likely it’s a bit of both. In this post I share with readers a selection of titles from my to-read list for 2014—the top seven related to education.
This year [as in the past two at least] the number of titles to choose from was overwhelming. But I’ve narrowed it down to a mere seven. As the quote from Adler [above] suggests, I’m aiming for quality over quantity.
By David Johnson, Edudemic So does technology help or hinder learners? The answer to this question is; it all depends how you use it. Handled poorly, its impact to education can be disastrous! But if handled well, it can facilitate learning.
For those who don't use social media, #1 will reign supreme. If you're not already on the social media train, 2014 will be the year to hop on. If you've already been riding the train, check out #2-6 to see what the trends are expected to be!
Should Schools Teach Social Media Skills? MindShift (blog) Kids (and adults for that matter) post a lot of silly stuff online — and although most of it is chatter, some of what might seem harmless leads to tragic consequences.
ReadWrite Lynda.com Founder: I Was Educating Online Before Online Education Was Cool ReadWrite Although many education technology entrepreneurs think inexpensive online learning could revolutionize academia to the point that we won't need...
Online courses in a 'Classroom without Walls' — Professor The Borneo Post Downie, who spoke as inaugural speaker to a crowd of more than 100 international academics at the 2nd International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference (IHETL)...
Online Education Advantages and Disadvantages Millionaire Corner The influence of the Internet on the American educational system continues to be discussed, but there is no argument on the numbers that show how prevalent online education classes are.
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