21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


TrueConf Server Enables Up to 25 Participants in Video Conferences

videoconferencing application from a Russian company now allows up to 25 people to appear on screen during group sessions.

Pexip Adds Videoconferencing for iOS Devices

A company that enables schools to collaborate online through virtual meetings has introduced a new mobile app that lets users connect through their iOS-powered devices.

$169 Wireless Whiteboard System Has Just 3 Components

IPEVO today launched a low-cost wireless interactive whiteboard system comprised of a pen, wireless receiver and sensor cam.

Private Partner Sponsors Rochester Institute of Technology New Media Projects

Senior students from Rochester Institute of Technology's new media design program and new media interactive development program worked in teams to create digital products and present them to members of Adobe's Experience Design group.

Canvas Integrates AspirEDU Retention Tools

AspirEDU and Instructure have partnered to integrate the former's student retention analytics tools with the latter's Canvas learning management system for joint customers.

AV trends

3 Key Trends in Campus AV Technology

With active learning environments on the rise, new AV systems support classroom collaboration.

EdX To Host Linux Systems Certification Course

The Linux Foundation and edX are partnering to offer an online course designed to help people become Linux systems administrators.

Echo360 and Cengage Learning to Combine Course Materials With Engagement Tools

Echo360 and Cengage Learning are collaborating to combine textbooks and digital instructional materials with student engagement tools for the classroom.

6 Telltale Signs of Disruptive Innovation

6 Telltale Signs of Disruptive Innovation

Disruption is easy to define but hard to recognize — which is why it's important to experiment and find ways to break free of traditional approaches to teaching and learning.

Researchers Testing the Impact of Text Formatting on Learning

A four-year research effort at the University of California, Irvine will test out the impact of changing the formatting of text to help middle school students improve their reading and writing abilities.