A Roadmap to Student Success — and the Technology That Can Get You There
Academic and university success are intertwined, and through communication, data analytics and personalized learning tools, institutions and students can win together.
How TED-Ed is helping families, students and teachers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s unprecedented impact on education systems worldwide, TED’s award-winning youth and education initiative TED-Ed is focused on providing free, high-quality educational resources to millions of families around the globe.
An Ideological Taxonomy of Our Postsecondary Digital Learning Community
The postsecondary digital learning community can be described, very broadly, as falling into three distinct ideological groups: progressives, moderates and libertarians.
5 Reasons Why Emotional Intelligence Is the Future of Work
Technology, Generation Z and neuroscience are all contributing to emotional intelligence being the future of work.
How is Learning Management helping the Education Industry?
Learning Management Systems are a cloud-based technology that helps manage the creation, curation, and delivery of content, widely used in the teaching and learning domain
In Teaching, How Much ‘Curation’ Is Too Much?
As universities around the world attempted to move in-person classes into the online environment at the start of the pandemic, faculty quickly became overwhelmed at all the tasks that needed to be done. One mistake all too many make is to think that we have to create all the content for our online courses, when there is an abundance of material already available
India’s online classrooms are outdated for disabled kids. Covid just made it worse
Education for children with disability has mostly been seen from the point of access and hardly inclusion. But Covid-19 pandemic is an opportunity to change that.
Colleges to go online for new year, dedicated Youtube channel for lectures soon
Covid-19 cases in Goa are on the rise, and the state administration seems to have realised that classroom teaching may not be possible for the new academic year 2020-21. The directorate of higher education (DHE) has already begun work to convert at least 40% of the syllabus to e-content before colleges reopen.