This week we look at job skills that aren’t just for IT anymore, and how VR is creating STEM gains.
Tech is quickly changing teaching and learning. Here are some strategies to help faculty stay on the cutting edge.
This week we look at moving from VR creation in the classroom, and the college digital experience in five years.
K-12 teachers can use social-inspired activity feeds to foster communication and collaboration in class or at home.
This week we look at preparing employees for the digital shift, and using analytics to transform higher ed decision-making.
This week we look at the future of online learning, and how to find teacher-helpful edtech.
Read on to learn how anonymous grading enforces academic integrity by keeping instructors honest.
This week we look at three ways colleges are exploring IoT tech, and how CLOs are leveraging machine learning.
This post, the second in a series on academic integrity technologies, looks at the security benefits of biometric technology.
This week we look at how colleges are working with Buzzfeed, and how video is being used for no-boundaries learning.
This week we look at how teachers can harness “gamer brain,” and the impact of artificial intelligence.
The latest release of Brightspace provides new ways for instructors to deliver real-time feedback to learners and use video to create more engaging learning experiences.