Williams College and the University of Virginia invested in a calculation tool to show prospective students the cost of an education at their respective institutions.
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There are lots of ideas about how technology will evolve and change in the next 5 years or so, but it’s important to start thinking about it now.
Disabilities expert Rachel Kruzel reveals how Augsburg College provides note-taking technology to help students with disabilities learn easier.
This article is the second in a series that will take a look at gaming in education and why teachers should embrace this up and coming trend. The first article in this series pointed out that over 60% of teachers use games. While the majority of game use is for supplemental activities, there is a […]
Siemens served as a technology partner for the project, helping to make Carnegie Hall more energy efficient, safe and secure.
There are many challenges teacher will face when integrating technology in their classrooms. These tips will help minimize these challenges and help students and teachers get the most out of using technology in the classroom.
Students at Harbor School in New Jersey, a school for children ages 5-21 who have multiple disabilities, are using Aldebaran’s Nao Robot as an instructional tool to learn and interact with.
Professor Robert Steven Kaplan of Harvard Business School speaks with Rosetta Stone about the benefits of implementing a language strategy.
STEM education is crucial to the future of innovation. Students participating in Samsung’s Solve For Tomorrow Contest use STEM knowledge to help solve problems in their communities.
STEM3 Academy is a unique school that helps students with social and learning differences develop their natural skills and abilities in STEM-related disciplines. Read on to learn more about their innovative STEM curriculum and how it prepares their students for future success.