Posts Tagged "EDTech"

352: EdTech – On Parsegon, Writing Online Math Is Easy

Parsegon is a supplemental courseware builder that allows students to respond to and show work for digital math assignments. The platform includes

346: How Top Hat is Transforming How Professors Author, Adopt and Collaborate on Textbooks

Top Hat is a higher education startup that’s already used in 75% of the major North American colleges and universities. They recently

292: Pep Carrera From VitalSource Talks About Open Educational Resources (OER) and E-Learning

VitalSource helps over 1,000 educational content providers create and deliver seamless interactive learning experiences through its exclusive Bookshelf platform to millions of learners at

285: EdTech – StudySync Adds New Podcast Feature And Unit Creator Tool for Teachers

Today’s students are deeply immersed in social learning. They are continually accessing and sharing information, communicating on multiple platforms, and consuming and

227: How Lexia Learning Became The Most Valuable Ed Tech Provider

Lexia Learning, a division of Rosetta Stone, empowers educators through adaptive assessment and personalized instruction. For more than 30 years, the company

200: EON Reality: Virtual Reality Software, Augmented Reality

Having seen how VR and AR is transforming entire industries such as healthcare and surgical training I often get frustrated that most

154: Renaissance and Achieve3000 Partner to Create Best-in-Class Literacy Assessment and Instruction Solution

Saki Dodelson CEO of Achieve3000 and Jack Lynch CEO at Renaissance chat about their partnership, their solutions for learning analytics, differentiated literacy

135: How Data Science Education Is Preparing Students For New Job Roles

We often read headlines around how technology is destroying jobs, but there is another side to this modern tale that is not always

121: itslearning: Why This Cloud-Based Learning Management System (LMS) Is Top of the EdTech Class

As we enter the holiday season, kids across the globe will be preparing to forget about school during the winter break. Unless