Indians of the Midwest: Past and Present" highlights recent scholarly work on contemporary Native American issues that have roots in Great Lakes history and culture: treaties, casinos, mascots, NAGPRA, identity, stereotypes, tribal government and...
Greatest speeches of all times. Audio, video, english transcript, indexed by speech, date of speech, and speaker. Over 300 famous speeches in history given by Women, African-Americans, U.S. Presidents.
Renowned internet entrepreneurs and leading ICT industry figures tell the story of mobile broadband: from invention, through the highs and lows, the impact of smartphones and applications, to predictions of its life-changing role on future society.
The study of the history of Educational Technology is the study of how, and to what degree, technology and media has changed education over time. Studying the history of Educational Technology would be pointless if we knew exactly what the future has in store. However, as we venture into the uncertain future of learning with developing technologies, the history of Educational Technology can help us understand the potential current and future technologies have for shaping education in the 21st century.
Written by Jason Rosenthal Social media was originally all about broadcasting to the world – or at a minimum, your select group – about your likes, dislikes, or even what kind of eggs you had this morning.