MOUSE celebrated their 15th Anniversary on May 20th with a student led exhibit demonstrating the latest technologies and by h...
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Dr. Kristy Goodwin of Macquarie University studied what she calls Digital Games Based Learning (DGBL) including the deploymen...
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Benjamin Riley explains exciting times for education entrepreneurship, technology and the policy ecosystem that surrounds them both.
yesterday by Guest Author
When students are involved in on-campus activities, they are more engaged in their courses. A few simple tech tools that you’ve already heard of can make a big difference in student participation on campus.
2 days ago by EdCetera Staff
Advances in technology in the classroom often focus on how it is improving teaching and not learning. Why don't we invite students to help change the format and flow of the learning?
6 days ago by Guest Author
Mariano Ulibarri, director of the hacker space Parachute Factory in New Mexico, heard about Hacker Scouts in the news just a few months ago. His immediate reaction was to start a troop locally – so he did.
20 days ago by Winifred Kehl
The Alliance for Excellent Education and Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at North Carolina State University have teamed up to pioneer a brand new style of Massive Online Open Course for Educators (MOOC-Ed).
26 days ago by Scott Williams
Curriculum Associates, LLC, designs research-based print and online instructional materials, screening and assessment tools, and data management resources. We believe that every student deserves the chance to succeed and with our i-Ready™, Ready®, and BRIGANCE® programs, we strive to make this a reality with tools ...
During last week's ASU Education Innovation Summit, Scholastic unveiled the largest release of educational technology products in the history of the company. Among the six new product offerings released, iRead(TM) and MATH 180(TM), bring focus to Scholastic’s mission, “We can be greater ”.
29 days ago by Scott Williams
With Edcetera's Campus Leadership profiles, learn about what makes CIOs, IT directors, and other executive level IT professionals tick. Here’s a Q&A with Susan K. Korzinek, Director of IT at Grand Valley State University.
2 months ago by EdCetera Staff