Dictionaries have undergone a significant modification and growth with the emerge of the technologies and the new media utilisation. How were they used in the […]
A simple tutorial for creating an interactive timeline or map with PowerPoint. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Time is a head teacher’s most precious resource and one that is in constantly short-supply. Being able to determine the tasks that will add the […]
The moving picture has had a long history in education, but its roots are firmly footed in the horse world of Leland Stanford and Edward […]
From LearningLovers.org we have had the opportunity to meet those responsible for the three educational initiatives awarded through their participation in Zinc Shower. This post […]
Educational software is developed to boost education and training in schools and other educational institutions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Bob Stein has been thinking about the book and interactive media for almost four decades. His pioneering work as founder of the interactive media publisher […]
Most studies comparing educational technologies with one another conclude that there may not be enough benefits from using them. But maybe we're looking at the […]
The future of human beings interaction is changing with the development of the technology and the evolution of the information technology innovations. This post was […]
Before electronic videodisks, Scotsman John Logie Baird created them from phonograph platters. Don McLean's work resurrecting Baird's original disks reveals an early step in the […]
Successful project-based learning focuses on use of technology alongside classroom teaching to achieve higher effective learning. To ensure a successful pedagogy, your tech platform needs […]
HyperCard was an important tool for eLearning at the birth of the Apple Macintosh computer. But before there was HyperCard, there was Vannevar Bush’s Memex. […]