Category Archives: e-learning

MOOCs, student engagement, and the value of contact

Originally posted on chemprofdave:
I’m a teacher. I teach. But I don’t really teach. I’m a learning helper. Every year, at the beginning of the semester (which is tomorrow), I compare learning chemistry to learning tennis. Now, I know the…

MOOCs, student engagement, and the value of contact

Originally posted on chemprofdave:
I’m a teacher. I teach. But I don’t really teach. I’m a learning helper. Every year, at the beginning of the semester (which is tomorrow), I compare learning chemistry to learning tennis. Now, I know the…

Exclusive: Curious takes its lifelong learning philosophy to iOS

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Now nearly a year old, educational marketplace Curious is ready for mobile. The company released an app on Thursday for iOS(s aapl) that allows users to access bite-sized educational clips, both free and paid, on a wide variety…

Exclusive: Curious takes its lifelong learning philosophy to iOS

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Now nearly a year old, educational marketplace Curious is ready for mobile. The company released an app on Thursday for iOS(s aapl) that allows users to access bite-sized educational clips, both free and paid, on a wide variety…

Wistron climbs aboard the classroom-in-the-cloud bandwagon

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Bringing cloud computing to classrooms around the world is becoming a big deal. Last week IBM(s ibm) announced plans to provide cloud-based adaptive learning to  schools in one Georgia county. Now Wistron, the big Taiwanese server…

Wistron climbs aboard the classroom-in-the-cloud bandwagon

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Bringing cloud computing to classrooms around the world is becoming a big deal. Last week IBM(s ibm) announced plans to provide cloud-based adaptive learning to  schools in one Georgia county. Now Wistron, the big Taiwanese server…