21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


Free Credits to Use Google Cloud Platform

With Education Grants, students and faculty in computer science can receive free credits to use Google Cloud Platform tools.

ePortfolio: Changing the Rhetoric of Technology Adoption

Trent Batson explores how a reframing of the notion of 'ePortfolio adoption' may help promote the technology.

Smithsonian Launches Learning Lab to Create, Share Resource Collections

The Learning Lab offers tools for creativity, personalization and publishing, and will eventually evolve with user input.

What a Microsoft-Owned LinkedIn Means for Education

The planned acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft could either sound the death knell for colleges and universities put out of business by the coming "competency marketplace," or it could help schools raise their retention and graduation rates, thereby ensuring their long-term success.

USC Keck School of Medicine Taps Wirecast for Lectures on Demand

Instructors at USC's Keck School now have a new resource for flipping the classroom.

JoVE Debuts Clinical Skills Video Collection

The Journal of Visualized Experiments is expanding its database of science method and practice demonstration videos for high school and higher education with the launch of its first Clinical Skills collection.

WakingApp Now Enables Anyone to Create VR/AR Content for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive

The latest release of WakingApp allows non-programmers to create interactive content and games for two popular VR headsets.

3D Printer Shipments Up for Education (and All Other Segments)

3D printing is on a growth jag. A new forecast from International Data Corp. projects that the market grew in the United States by nearly 20 percent in 2015 compared to 2014.

ALEX Wants to Fill Classrooms Like Airbnb Fills Beds

In a world where we can place people in empty seats in cars and empty beds in houses, why not place people in empty chairs in college classrooms?

Worldwide Smartphone Sales to Grow at Slower Pace in 2016

Global smartphone sales will continue to grow, but not in the double digits anymore, according to market research firm Gartner. Smartphone sales are expected to grow 7 percent worldwide in 2016 and reach 1.5 billion units. That is significantly down from 14.4 percent growth in 2015, but it’s still substantial growth.

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