Trends in Corporate eLearning Part 1: VR, AR and MR in Learning and Training

It wasn’t all that long ago when speculation about the utility of artificial intelligence felt more like science fiction than science fact. Then along came […]

Online Homework Conflicts with Parental Limits on Kids’ Screen Time

Homework has long been a controversial topic among U.S. parents (to begin, see Time Magazine‘s 1999 article, “The Homework Ate My Family”). But increasingly the […]

Blackboard Ultra and Learn SaaS Are Finally Gaining Steam, According to Blackboard

On Tuesday, Blackboard, the one-time largest proprietary academic LMS provider, announced that their much-troubled premium product (Learn Ultra) is being used by 115 institutions around […]

School Communications App Remind Faces Disruption in Canada as Rogers and Bell Hike SMS Rates

What’s more important: working to eliminate SMS text spamming or maintaining important avenues of communication in regions where LTE or affordable data plans in general […]

Quality Assurance: 4 Easy Ways You Can Test Your eLearning Course for QA

It’s no secret that creating and launching a top-notch eLearning course takes a lot of time and effort. With so many moving parts, it’s easy […]

An Adaptive Algorithm for K-12 Science Shows Promising Results

Adaptive algorithms designed for the education process tend to generate mixed results. While applications teaching languages, math, and early literacy have shown promising results, other […]

Trends in Corporate eLearning Part 2: How Companies Use Virtual Reality Learning

In the first article of this four-part series, Corporate eLearning Realities Part 1: VR, AR and MR in Learning and Training, I provided definitions of […]

LinkedIn Publishes Most In-Demand Skills for 2019

Many professionals take the New Year as an opportunity to resolve to learn something new. January marks the most popular month for numerous online learning […]

Five Upcoming eLearning and Edtech Conferences: January to June 2019

Staying on top of new developments in the eLearning and edtech fields can be a challenge. As new technologies create new opportunities, the field continues […]

AI in Education: 2018 in Review

The sun has nearly set on 2018. The past twelve months proved a fruitful period for edtech and eLearning development. Be sure to check out […]

edX Raises Their Paywall

On December 17, edX CEO Anant Agarwal announced that the non-profit MOOC provider—the second largest behind Coursera—would be further monetizing its online courses. According to […]

14 Edtech YouTube Channels to Watch in 2019

For years, YouTube has been a major platform for educational experiences around the world. Many teachers and professors upload their lectures to the platform. Edtech […]

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