Building the Foundation for Blended Learning Success [#Infographic]
In order to get the most out of an online and offline learning model, everyone involved must plan ahead.
Park Hill School District Selects HP Ultrabooks to Enhance Self-Guided Learning
Rugged, lightweight notebooks power the flipped classroom.
Common Core Transforms Long Beach Unified School District’s Modus Operandi
As the district prepares to roll out tests based on the standards, parents and educators are already noticing improvements.
How Should Schools Navigate Student Privacy in a Social Media World?
Protecting student identities while encouraging web tools in the classroom is a challenging balancing act.
Higher Ed CIOs Plan to Focus on Services, Not Hardware, in 2014
2013 Campus Computing Survey released at EDUCAUSE 2013 sheds lights on current campus IT priorities.
Flipping the Law Classroom to Ease Student Anxiety
Pepperdine University leveraged this technology to help students prepare for first-year law classes.
A Map of Learning-Theory Concepts, Theorists, Paradigms and Disciplines
Learning technologist Robert Millwood’s map makes learning theories more accessible than ever.
80 Percent of MOOC Students Already Have a College Degree
So far, MOOCs appeal mostly to privileged students. What happened to the education revolution?
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