With the new year upon us it’s time to start planning for 2015. There is no better way to plan than to keep your schedule handy in your smartphone. We give you five apps to help keep your schedule.
With digital learning on the rise, Costal Bend College invested in REVEL, an immersive learning, online-based platform for students to supplement their classroom learning. Professors like Karl Clarkare using REVEL to assign videos and reading assignments to students, and have direct, digital communication with students if they are struggling with a certain topic. Students can use REVEL to complete additional assignments, and to check their understanding of course material with quizzes and simulations. REVEL is purchased on a per-class basis.
New solution brings flexibility and low cost of network delivery to booming video wall market.
A slide show of 2014’s best products in higher education.
See how D2L’s Brightspace platform helped Academy Online High School give students the tools for success.
iMatte draws on deep, award-winning roots in film, video, and graphics to create a unique presentation platform.
HigherEdTD takes a look at ten of the most innovative people in higher education for 2014.
The Edison Local Schools have embraced alternative classroom formats to get students college and career ready. Learn about the district’s technology and how school administrators dealt with concerned parents.
TechDecisions has compiled a list of some of the most notable products in the year 2014, as recommended by industry leaders, tech decision makers, and end users.
For K-12 districts looking to implement mobile learning, there are really two options: BYOD or 1:1. Both approaches to mobile learning provide much needed access to technology, but each comes with its own unique set of challenges, particularly where classroom management and sustainability are concerned.