Editor’s note: The HotChalk Education Index surveyed more than 25,000 students, teachers, parents, and tutors – here is an overview of the results.
Editor’s note: a temperature check on the SXSWedu conference in Austin, Texas. Gives a flavour of tech developments in the education space.
Editor’s note: The global nature of personal communication coupled with the easy of use of doing it – through mobile devices – is changing the way we learn, says Steve Wheeler. This will have a big impact on the role of schools and work-based learning.
The Learning Technologies 2013 conference and exhibition was the biggest ever, so what does it…
Editor’s note: A round-up of developments from the Consumer Electronics Show in the US.
Editor’s note: Grockit, owner of Learnist, the Pinterest for learning, has raised another big chunk of funding. There’s plenty of venture capital in education technology and it is interesting to see this spill into the general life-long learning space.
Editor’s note: A look at how this market is hotting up where the investment is going.
Editor’s note: A cautionary tale from the education sector in which technology is failing to drive innovation because schools don’t properly understand how to realise the potential of the technology.
David Wilson of analyst elearnity told delegates at the HR Tech Europe conference that integration…
Editor’s note: Worth keeping an eye on how tech hardware is developing and how that could impact human interaction with devices. This article is a useful, future looking primer.
As a part of Ericsson’s Networked Society initiative, the company has created this 20-minute video…
Editor’s note: Following on from his series on 50 learning thinkers, Donald Clark is writing another series, this time 50 posts on learning technologies. Today is day three and we have already looked at the axe and cave paintings.
Is social media bad for you hello? A new British study strongly suggests that the answer is yes, with more than half of those contacted reporting that social networking has adversely affected their behavior.For those who