The folks at Boundless who last brought us the EdTech Buzzwords Infographic are back with The History of Education. The graphic takes a look at how formal education began, changes along the way, current day and predictions for the next twenty years.
Top ten predictions for online learning in 2013 SmartPlanet.com (blog) According to Bates, online learning will experience a shift and move into mainstream programs as the growth of hybrid learning — to accommodate new technologies — takes root in...
GERM is what renowned Finnish educator and author Pasi Sahlberg calls the Global Educational Reform Movement, which is like an epidemic that spreads and infects education systems through a virus. Here Sahlberg explains how to stop GERM in its tracks.
Universities should build museums, minister saysTaipei TimesUniversities should step up efforts to build museums on campuses to enhance students' learning experience, a Cabinet official said yesterday.
The University of Maryland has a new distancing learning center that includes a Polycom videoconferencing system, Mediasite webcasting, NEC LCD displays, an Extron annotator and a Wacom digital graphics tablet.
Designed for use in the classroom, the Education version of the Mindstorms EV3 software includes a customizable curriculum (some 30 hours of instruction about engineering and design), a way for teachers to track and ...
The U.K. is now a global leader in mobile use, consuming more data on their phones or tablets than any other country, according to an Ofcom report. (UK leads the world in mobile use. Blackboard leads the world of mobile learning!
Huntington Country TABLibrary's Alphabet Zoo program helping youngsters prepare for lifetime of learningHuntington Country TABThey're having a good time - and they're preparing themselves for a lifetime of learning.
San Francisco ChronicleArizona universities looking at free online courses to complement traditional ...newszap.comMichael Hwan, a graduate of Arizona State University, has taken massively open online courses, or MOOCs, for free from Stanford...
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