Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education [Rice]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education — from edtechmagazine.com by Derek Rice Digital learning platforms let students and professors interact through shared […]

Is virtual reality the future of online learning?

Is virtual reality the future of online learning? — from builtin.com by Stephen Gossett; with thanks to Dane Lancaster for his tweet on this (see […]

Technology as Part of the Culture for Legal Professionals [Grush & Christian]

  Technology as Part of the Culture for Legal Professionals A Q&A with Daniel Christian — from campustechnology.com by Mary Grush and Daniel Christian Excerpt […]

Justice for Some [The Atlantic and the ABA]

Justice for Some — from theatlantic.com and the American Bar Association (ABA) Excerpts: Today in the United States, millions of people like Carol lack access […]

Some great virtual reality apps for education

Best 15 Free Virtual Reality Apps for Education — from vudream.com by Mark Metry  

Israeli tech co. uses virtual & augmented reality tech to help Christians engage with the Bible

Israeli tech co. uses virtual & augmented reality tech to help Christians engage with the Bible — with thanks to Heidi McDow for the resource […]

China has started a grand experiment in AI education. It could reshape how the world learns. [Hao]

China has started a grand experiment in AI education. It could reshape how the world learns. — from technologyreview.com by Karen Hao In recent years, […]

Why cities are banning facial recognition technology [Wired.com]

A handful of US cities have banned government use of facial recognition technology due to concerns over its accuracy and privacy. WIRED’s Tom Simonite talks […]

DSC: Holy smokes!!! How might this be applied to education/learning/training in the 21st century!?!

DC: Holy smokes!!! How might this be applied to education/learning/training in the 21st century!?!   “What if neither distance nor language mattered? What if technology […]

Google Glass may have an afterlife as a device to teach autistic children [NYTimes; Metz]

Catalin Voss started building software for Google Glass in 2013, when he was an 18-year-old Stanford freshman. Now a PhD student, he's developed an app […]

Pearson moves away from print textbooks [Kelly]

Pearson moves away from print textbooks — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly Excerpt: All of Pearson’s 1,500 higher education textbooks in the U.S. will now […]

Interesting…how might techs/vendors like Bigscreen TV impact learning-related experiences?

Bigscreen TV launches with 50+ channels of video content — from vrscout.com by Allison Hollender Excerpts: Bigscreen, an immersive social platform that allows you to […]

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