Gmail Launched 15 Years Ago Today–With A Lot of April Fool’s Day Skepticism

It is now difficult to imagine life without Gmail. As of 2018, Gmail had over 1.5 billion active users, which topples the numbers of any […]

Game-Based Learning: Study Investigates Cognitive Load, Motivation, and Comprehension

Many education researchers are currently looking into game-based learning as a method to more effectively and engagingly teach learners. In a study recently published in […]

12+ Ways to Learn about Opera Online

Performed in venues optimized for audio projection and proudly (although not always) performed without microphones or speakers, opera is a decidedly analogue art form. Learning […]

MENA Region Has Two Edtech Startups Attending This Year’s SeedStars Summit

Many parts of the Middle East and North African (MENA) region continue to struggle to deliver quality education to their diverse populations. While many parts […]

Coursera Launches New MSc In Machine Learning

Over the past three years, Coursera has launched a series of degree programs in partnership with highly reputable universities around the world. These programs include […]

Corporate Microlearning in 2019

Among the most-read articles on this site last year were two articles about microlearning, including Microlearning Essentials: The What and Why and Corporate Microlearning Examples: […]

The Future of AI in Education

According to a recent research report by Global Market Insights, AI in education is expected to surpass $6 billion by 2024. More and more educators […]

Amplify Launches an AI-Delivered Early Literacy Supplement

Earlier this month adaptive algorithm-delivered personalized learning made another step forward into U.S. classrooms. Amplify, a curriculum and course supplement provider, announced the launch of […]

Workplace Learning Games: Game-Based versus Gamification

There used to be a time when playing games in the workplace primarily referred to office politics and interpersonal relationships. In the modern digital era, […]

Y-combinator Founder Is Paying 40 Women to Train as Coders With New Summer Hackers Scholarship

It may not be the first time a coding school has attempted to tip the gender balance in women’s favor by offering a financial incentive, […]

We Need to Be More Specific About Screen Time

Alarming reports on the increasing rates of screen time and its negative effects have captivated American readers over the past few years. Like cancer-causing cell […]

2019 Shatter List Includes Fewer Edtech Companies Than 2018 List

Last year, eLearning Inside ran a series of articles on women in edtech. Despite widespread perceptions that women are better represented in edtech than tech […]

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