Moodlepreneur Monday: You Can Do Everything (As Long As You Mind The Logistics)

Companies in and out of EdTech give demonstrations time and again in order to provide a clear and exciting vision for investors and potential users. […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 7/16/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A look at the future of work How to quality check your tech purchases Tips to […]

The Brown Invaders Aren’t Taking Your Jobs. The Robots Are.

Unless you are machine-gutting overfed chickens or stooped over in the Arizona sun picking...

Remember the Human in Online Courses

Remember the human is something we intuitively do in traditional face-to-face classrooms, but somehow this gets lost in distance education. If it’s only text-based independent […]

Usability, Performance, And Data: How To Ensure LMS Excellence For Years To Come

The modern LMS experience is a three-legged stool, where its strategic use gets compromised if any of the three legs is not up to par. […]

The Evolution of AI: Google Assistant

The Evolution of AI: Google Assistant   At I/O 2018, Google presented the next generation of Google Assistant, their on-device AI personal assistant and competitor […]

Driving Digital Transformation with Microsoft ScaleUp

"The promise of technology is to help us get more done, with less effort," says Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, a belief that is also reflected […]

NextSteps 2018 in San Diego: Future trends and inspiring stories

Aside from the sunshine, there were plenty of highlights at NextSteps 2018 in San Diego during our annual regional user conference. Clients from a variety […]

Texans Look to AI and EdTech to Mitigate School Shooting Risk

This week, the Austin-based company OneSeventeen Media released a new product--the ThinkingApp--which targets elementary students in PreK-2nd grade. The post Texans Look to AI and […]

Episode 113 Trends for May 8-22, 2018: Hardware & Software, Digital Citizenship & Security, ID & Curriculum, and Artificial Intelligence

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include April 23-May 7, 2018 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine ( […]

SelfStudy Hopes to Continue the MOOC Revolution with AI-Powered Personalized Learning

SelfStudy is a platform that uses machine learning algorithms to keep professionals up-to-date and in the know in their respective fields. On Saturday, they will […]

Will Google’s Semantic Search in ‘Talk to Books’ Supplant Keywords?

On Friday the 13th this month, Ray Kurzweil took the stage at TED 2018 in Vancouver to talk about his latest work at Google. Their […]

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