Collaboration in Learning: Co-conspirators in Exploring Technology, Lifelong Learning, Libraries, and Hubris

There is no front of the room in the four-week online Tech Trends course David Lee King and I are currently facilitating for ALA eLearning […]

Why and How One District Embraced Digital Citizenship in a Big Way

The Gilbert Unified School District in Arizona is involving counselors, social workers, and teachers in its digital citizenship initiative, using a newly designed curriculum from […]

Digital2Learn: Terry Anderson / Students, Faculty, and Content...How Connected Are They? [PODCAST S1 E14]

"There are a lot of people who aren't willing to move, especially adults, so can we take education out of the classroom move it to […]

Understanding Greek and Roman Technology: From Catapult to the Pantheon

What did the Romans ever do for us? Well, they gave us roads, sanitation, a legal system, and lots of cool gadgets. The Greeks weren’t […]

Leather Technology: managing a versatile material

Niche careers can be a good move if chosen carefully. Anyone who commits to a BSc program like the Leather Technology (Hons) from the UK’s […]

To think big, we must think small

If we really want the cool stuff we see in Science Fiction Movies, we are going to have to train more people in nanotechnology: the […]

Technology that doesn’t cost the Earth

The Centre for Alternative Technology is a renewable energy and eco-tech hub based in Powys, Wales, in the foothills of Snowdonia. Its Graduate School of […]

The man with 26 million students

Zach Sims is a college dropout, a statistic of failure in education. Instead of getting an education, though, he founded a teaching company that now […]

Oily rags to riches: Motorsport Engineering

When you turn the key of your Bentley and the engine purrs to life, spare a thought for the minions who designed, manufactured and tested […]

Legal code: Information Technology Law

Net Neutrality. Free Speech on the Internet. Music Piracy. Governments snooping on their citizens. Who decides if all this is right, wrong or just plain […]

Classroom to chatroom: technologies in teaching

Won’t it be great when we can plug ourselves into the Matrix and learn Kung Fu in 30 seconds? While we’re waiting for the boffins […]

The degree with a 91% employment rate

The old saying ‘familiarity breeds contempt’ seems to be redundant in the digital age. It wouldn’t raise too many eyebrows in the marketing community if […]

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