Jeffrey Young examines libraries that are adapting to the 21st century educational environment buy lending out tech gadgets to students.
Need a little know how on how to edit video? This resource lays it all out for you in short 3 min videos ranging from beginner to advanced. Take a half hour and turn yourself into a video editing savant!
Education professor Bernard Bull examines the relevance of letter grades in education. With the emergence of alternative representations of recognizing educational achievements (such as digital badges), is there still a place for letter grades in our systems?
Shai Reshef, founder and president of the University of the People, shares his insight into the benefits that exist globally for a low-cost post-secondary education system. The talk touches upon open educational resources (OERs), online learning vs. traditional methods, and the impact that low-cost education could have on a global scale.
The Verge examines cloud note-taking apps for iPhone and Android in search of the best.
This is the fourth article in the “Videos for Learning” series. This is a group of articles designed to help you with the creation of high quality video for instruction or presentation. This video is based on the importance of lighting when recording video.
Looking to shoot some video with your mobile device but don't know which one to use? This resource is a great way to see which one will work best for you. It's an updated spreadsheet from Richard Byrne an educational technology whiz.
This is a great resource from Chris Pirillo (Tech & social media guru)on best practices when creating web video that compliments our own videos on video production.
This article explores the idea of breaking courses down to individual modules that students can then choose from allowing them to get desired learning without taking an entire course.