You may have heard the debate: Will Google Glass aid the learning process or distract students? While I completely understand both sides’ reasoning . . .
Have you ever gotten sick of sitting at a desk while working or studying? Do you ever wish that your work desk could . . .
Many college students started learning from chalkboards and overhead projectors. If they were lucky their instructors moved on to PowerPoint presentations, but only . . .
Most universities give their students an email address, a student ID, and some social media spaces to share with other students and faculty. . . .
Bing, the second biggest search engine behind Google, is offering a new search option to help K-12 students study. But will Bing for . . .
A British company called SMART has released an interactive whiteboard that has the potential to transform the classroom. The SMART BoardTM is an . . .
What do you get when you throw Georgia Tech, Udacity, and AT&T into a bowl and mix? Apparently it’s a $7,000 online Master’s . . .
“Edupreneurs” and MOOCs are two recent external trends on the rise. Edupreneurs are entrepreneurs who are looking to transform higher education by using . . .
While gaming is far from common in the classroom, it is still very popular, especially with young adults. In fact, the average age . . .
Is it possible to increase online education’s credibility while decreasing academic dishonesty? If so, we are a step closer to the future. The . . .
In between books, movies, television, and music, there’s a whole lot of pop culture out there to consume these days – and there’s . . .
The Amplify Tablet, a tablet from News Corporation, is entering the education and technology frontier. This 10-inch Android™ tablet competes with the iPad® . . .
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