Engageli Raises $33 Million Series A to Scale Its Hyped Instructional Platform, Plans to Go Live for the Fall Semester

Engageli on May 11 reported it had raised a Series A funding round worth $33 million. While the online instruction platform has not announced any […]

Babbel Towers In the Global Language Learning Market. But U.S. Brand Recognition Is Still a Challenge.

Roughly one year ago, the language learning app Babbel was working to revamp its offerings and features. The company was planning to add games, podcasts, […]

Addressing the Needs of Neurodiverse Learners During COVID-19

The 2020-2021 school year has been vastly different from any other on record. Students are not only experiencing different learning models with COVID-19, they are […]

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Learning or Surveillance? What Students Say About Technology and COVID-19

“The environment which we are now in is very artificial,” says Maryam Mirza, a master’s student at the University of Sheffield, who has spent the […]

With Many Learners On the Wrong Side of the Digital Divide, This Appalachian District Has Handled Hybrid Learning with Resilience

In the mountains of southern West Virginia, McDowell County forms an isolated and tight-knit community. Once a thriving county supported by nearby coal mines, McDowell […]

Online Learning in 2020: How Construct Education Met an Unprecedented Surge in Demand

In January of this year, the online program designer Construct Education was coming off a period of strong growth. The company had seen roughly 500% […]

Southern Careers Institute, Woz U Sued by Investor for Fraud

A civil lawsuit currently working its way through Arizona Superior Court in Maricopa County alleges that a network of for-profit educators owes millions of dollars […]

eLearning Brothers: From a Basement Office to EdTech Innovation

When Andrew Scivally began working on weekends and weeknights in 2009 with his brother Shawn, he was unsure of where their efforts would lead them. […]

How Has Academic Advising Changed in the Era of Lockdowns?

As the world of education shifts further into the realm of online learning, new research has emerged to track this transition. Whether the drastic move […]

Study Suggests Online Debates Are Just as Effective as In-person Discussion for Critical Thinking Development

A study recently published in the Online Learning Journal suggests that the overall effectiveness of debates as an educational tool is essentially unaltered by moving […]

How London Came to Lead European EdTech

The debris left behind by the coronavirus in education has left countries scrambling for innovative programming to help students settle in to this new academic […]

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