"Virtual reality has been on the radar since Morton Heilig’s Sensorama in the 1950s, and head mounted versions of the technology were even around in the 1960s. But it wasn’t until recently that its use has become less of a novelty and more of a commonality. Console games and smartphone adapters have brought the potential of virtual reality into the lives of everyday people. And soon, that technology will enter the classroom."
Staying focused is harder than ever. Seriously. If you were a student a decade ago, your biggest distraction was likely AOL Instant Messenger or perhaps that party down the hall. Now there’s texting, social networks, blogs, videos, podcasts, you get the idea. All of these are dangerous time-sucks when it comes to trying to get […]
Ventureburn Daptio's adaptive elearning system scoops international honours Ventureburn Daptio, a Cape Town-born elearning startup, has been named as one of Africa's top 10 most innovative companies for 2014, by international business publication...
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