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A group of teachers have started to disrupt their own textbook options by starting up an iBooks Author Hackathon. And it's incredible.
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TED talks are useful and free ways to bring high-level thinking and through-provoking ideas into the classroom and your home.
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We've already looked at MOOCs, tablet computing, gamification, and learning analytics. For the first part of the 'third horizon', (or entering mainstream use in four to five years), 3D printing tops the list.
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Colleges are changing. My college certainly is. So I humbly offer a few predictions for the future of liberal arts to you, the inquisitive Edudemic reader!
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Towards the end of the year, Forbes puts out a number of lists called the '30 Under 30' in multiple categories. These lists showcase what Forbes describes as "the young disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs on our annual listing of the 30 under 30 are impatient to change the world."
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Ivy League school officials suggest that one of the biggest impacts of massive online open courses – MOOCs – could be a renewed focus on teaching over research at elite American universities.
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A few innovative universities in particular can be counted on as continuous sources of headline-grabbing material, from new cures to new companies.
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So what happens when Google, Amazon, and your local library come up short in your quest for free educational eBooks?
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Choosing between the iPad or Chromebook leads one to ask many questions. EdTechTeacher's Beth Holland attempts to answer a few.
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January 20th is the constitutionally mandated inauguration day, but since this year, the 20th fell on a Sunday, the festivities have been pushed back a day. The president was still sworn in privately at noon on the 20th, but the public festivities and ceremony are today. So... happy inauguration day!
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What are the myths about online learning? That there isn't group interaction or that it's not the future? Weigh in with the Edudemic community!
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it seems that courses taught by celebrities are some of the most-watched MOOCs so far. Here's a look at some of the most popular open online courses.
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The Internet is a vital part of the education process; resources for learning and educating are implemented into lesson plans and homework everyday. Students and teachers can access unlimited amounts of information to broaden their education.
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This week’s most useful Learnist boards are dedicated to the topic of homeschooling. Many families are making this choice for their children for a variety of reasons.