Schoology CEO Jeremy Friedman discusses how and why female college students use technology less than male students, how to bridge the gap between the two, and what the future will look like.
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It’s safe to say technology isn’t going away. Educators need to embrace technology in order to prepare their students for a constantly changing world.
Pupils are banned from using technology at a private London school with the purpose of allowing children to create their own activities and not become consumers of technology.
Professional development programs should improve teachers’ instructional skills and prepare them to use technology as a tool to enhance student learning.
Here are 6 reasons why IT folks, instructors and administrators should attend EDUCAUSE 2015.
With its 86 propane buses, Boston Public Schools are reducing student exposure to diesel exhaust and improve their health and safety by transitioning to propane-powered buses.
Citrix’s Nicole Nesrsta reveals which 4 trends will be discussed at EDUCAUSE 2015, and will be hot in higher education in the near future.
Sherwin Greenblatt was an employee of Bose for many years, even becoming the company President, before he began teaching at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. When he arrived at the school he found a number of students and faculty interested in starting their own businesses, but with the STEM focus of the school unable to receive the business education they needed to become successful. To help these students, Sherwin now runs the Venture Mentoring Service, and today the service flourishes.
InfoComm Connections New York is a trade show for end users. Here are some reasons to attend.
End user attendees of the debut CorpComm Expo in Atlanta found great return on investment for attending the show.