Is "No Significant Difference" Bad For EdTech Research?

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 […]

Do We Need Virtual Reality In Education?

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 […]

The First Videodisc: Phonovision

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 […]

7 Ways To Integrate Technology For Successful Project-Based Learning

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 […]

From Memex To HyperCard

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. […]

8 Computer Skills For Every Teacher To Master

It has become extremely hard for all of us to keep abreast with the constantly evolving computer-based technology. This is especially the case with educators […]

Quick Guide: Improving Education With EdTech In Africa

EdTech in Africa has the chance to increase the access to education for Africans by benefiting of the rising internet penetration rates. Keywords are eLearning […]

ZincShower: Technology, Serving Training Entities

Through ZincShower, has had the opportunity to meet those responsible for business initiatives that generate technological solutions to meet the needs of training centers […]

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: What Happened?

Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) promised to the dream of a truly adaptive learning experience almost 30 years ago, but in spite of millions of dollars […]

How To Ensure Rural Students Benefit From eLearning

Online courses are proving a viable and popular way to fill gaps for K12 students in rural areas. Read on to learn how rural students […]

Transforming The Teacher: From Speaker To Digital Guide

Much has been said about transforming the teacher: From a conceptual point of view, teachers stop being the ones giving knowledge in a masterful lecture […]

Attention Span: Technology – Friend Or Foe?

Educators should look at technology as a student's friend, not a foe. By taking away a student's cell phone, you lose a teachable moment. A […]