Technology may not change education on its own, but it certainly is part of learning’s evolution
From answering basic campus questions to providing academic support, artificial intelligence (AI) is helping higher ed to work smarter not harder
Ironically, teaching tech through tech is a challenge, but Champlain College Online is cracking the code
This is such a useful way to collaborate when introducing a new idea, presenting in front of a large crowd, or even when watching a video, to engage the students.
Code with Google combines Google’s free curriculum and programs that build coding skills—from beginner level to advanced—to help students succeed.
Explore the latest and greatest computer gear for the classroom, from Chromebooks to creative to gaming.
Get the best webcams for use online whether you're a teacher or a student in remote education learning
Youglish is a tool that provides the correct pronunciation of words in multiple languages via YouTube videos
3M and Discovery Education congratulate finalists; announce 2020 shift to a virtual competition in response to COVID-19
DICE aggregates information on crucial aspects of a community’s infrastructure, including fire, police, and health and medical.
Online math learning program can help learners to prepare for math placement test, get extra help over the summer, or refresh their skills before college.
OneClass polled over 10,000 current students to ask them one question: How has the pandemic affected your ability to afford school?