Would You Buy This Book: Death to Deadlines….

Death to Deadlines: Gamification and Other Subversive Thoughts on Formal Education With any luck at all, this book will save you countless hours heading down […]

Why do eggs have so many shapes?

A massive new study finds that how much a bird flies influences how their egg rolls OK. Great webpage, design-wise. BUT, I have TWO problems […]

EdTech magazine’s coverage of ISTE 2017

EdTech magazine covers the latest news and discussions, live from ISTE 2017 in San Antonio, Texas.       ISTE 2017: 6 New Products Unveiled […]

What a future, powerful, global learning platform will look & act like [Christian]

Learning from the Living [Class] Room: A vision for a global, powerful, next generation learning platform By Daniel Christian NOTE: Having recently lost my Senior […]

EdTech Magazine’s 2017 Dean’s List: Check out other “Must Read Higher Ed IT Blogs” as well

With a passion for helping #highered leverage #edtech, @dchristian5 is a 2017 Must-Read! https://t.co/e7cqFqynBW — EdTech Higher Ed (@EdTech_HigherEd) June 22, 2017

Oculus Education Pilot Kicks Off in 90 California Libraries

Oculus Education Pilot Kicks Off in 90 California Libraries — from oculus.com Excerpt: Books, like VR, open the door to new possibilities and let us […]

Some applications of VR in education, corporate training, & healthcare — from vrxone.com

Some applications of VR from vrxone.com Education Virtual Reality to teach the skills needed for the future by enabling learners to explore, play, work as […]

The Classroom of Tomorrow: A Panel Discussion [Kaltura]

The Classroom of Tomorrow: A Panel Discussion — sponsored by Kaltura Description: Technology is changing the way we approach education, rapidly. But what will tomorrow’s […]

Blogging as a Method of Assessment

The past couple of years an increasing number of LSE academics started integrating blogging in their courses. This took various forms, from using the blog feature […]

LTI’s Funding Opportunities: Results and New Call

Find out about the SPARK projects that were funded for the 2016-17 academic year and read about our new call for our large-scale IGNITE scheme, […]

I think teaching and learning are a bit like dancing… [Professor David Koetje]

From DSC: Below is a great quote from David Koetje, Professor of Biology at Calvin College: I think teaching and learning are a bit like […]

Moodle recharge

Following on from our post back in February on our plans for Moodle we will be holding an event for all Moodle editors on Tuesday […]