Researchers Link Working Memory to Online Learning Habits, a Step Forward in Personalized Learning

As edtech and eLearning technologies have gone from a novelty to commonplace in education systems around the world, their use has been plagued by a […]

Online Learning Best Practices and Resources from Dr. Rhianna Rogers

Dr. Rhianna Rogers is an associate professor of interdisciplinary studies at SUNY Empire State College. Part of her work has led her to specialize in […]

Could Your LMS Use A Little User Testing Love?

So you are in the planning team of a new brand LMS. Exciting! Whether it’s a brand new LMS, a radical upgrade, or an inevitable […]

COVID-19 School Closures: What Are Some Unknown Unknowns?

As of March 18, statewide COVID-19 school closures have been either scheduled or put in effect in all but 12 states. Dozens, if not hundreds […]

Interpersonal Interaction Is Crucial for Instructional Continuity. But What Does that Mean?

As coronavirus-related school closures continue to effect education systems around the world, an increasing amount of educators are doing their best to keep their courses […]

COVID-19: Useful Tech and Resources for Remote Learning

COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, has progressed around the world and throughout North America faster than many expected. President Donald Trump has declared the outbreak […]

Coronavirus: These Online Learning Providers Are Offering their Resources for Free

As the coronavirus continues to spread, large scale school closings have begun to occur. In response, numerous edtech developers and providers have taken steps to […]

Coronavirus Has Arrived. Will an LMS Be Enough for Remote Learning?

In the early months of 2020, coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, surged in China and surrounding countries, leading to large-scale school closings. The virus has […]

Mobile Learning: Faculty See More Barriers than Uses

The costs and networks supporting mobile device use around the world have continued to improve. Many university students around the world access information and communicate […]

Coronavirus: How Schools Are Using Technology to Learn on Lockdown

In the early weeks of 2020, coronavirus has spread around the world. As the death toll from the respiratory virus has surpassed 2,500, numerous regions […]

What Role Should Blended Learning Play During Campus Crisis or Unrest? Insights from the #FeesMustFall Movement

In recent years, online and blended learning has been put to use frequently during periods when teaching face to face is impossible. eLearning has been […]

AdmitHub, an AI SMS Texting System, Has Proven Highly Successful at Boosting Student Success. It Also Targets Ads and Takes Ownership of Student Data.

AdmitHub, founded in 2014 and based out of Boston, has a wide-ranging goal: boost student success. Using a two-way AI system, students can send SMS […]

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