CES 2021: What to Expect at the First-Ever Virtual Show

Digital Bodies For the first time ever, the massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas will be a virtual event due to the pandemic. All […]

Open Educational Resources (OER) In 2021 — Get Started With These Top-Notch, Easy & Just Lovely Resources

Elearning does not only involve technology. It also consists of instructional strategies to configure an in-depth learning environment for the student. Among other things. After […]

Free full access to Emile for any school that has been affected by the Coronavirus.

Coronavirus in Schools With the recent government guidelines regarding the Covid 19 virus, schools have been closed until further notice. Last year we were able […]

Will they, won’t they?

Tier 3 or 4. Will it be Tier 5? Will they vaccinate ALL nurses, doctors, teachers and keyworkers or not? Will they introduce testing at […]

Looking for a New Job? Here are Five New Careers Created By COVID-19

Whenever you think about the Coronavirus, maybe what comes into mind is how it rendered many people jobless. Probably, you associate the virus with the […]

Vaccine 101: How the COVID-19 Vaccine Works in Your Body

COVID-19 vaccines have gone through numerous tests, with Russia being the first nation in the world to register such a vaccine. Russia’s president approved the […]

Sundance 2021 Goes Virtual for the New Frontier VR Program

Digital Bodies The New Frontier Program at the Sundance Film Festival has always positioned itself at the intersection of film, art, and technology. Its experimental […]

VR Concert in Notre-Dame with Jean-Michel Jarre

Digital Bodies Jean-Michel Jarre returns for his second immersive music event with a VR concert in Notre-Dame on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2020. His […]

Chores (17) / #100DaysToOffload

This post is Day 17 of my #100DaysToOffload challenge. Want to get involved? Find out more at 100DaysToOffload.com. At the end of 2020, with Covid-19 and the lockdown […]

52 things I learned in 2020

Inspired by Tom Whitwell’s annual collection of things learned, here are my ’52 things I learned in 2020′. The list is usually presented under the […]

Half of Districts Lack Connectivity Needed for Widespread Videoconferencing, Device Usage

Two-thirds of America's public school students attend schools that may not provide enough bandwidth for life after COVID-19.

Dawn of an Education-Friendly FCC? Chairman Ajit Pai Moving On

The FCC chairman plans to step down from his role at the end of President Donald Trump's term on Jan. 20.

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