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Free Resources to Help with Remote Learning in 2022

If you're looking for software and services to augment online and blended instruction, start here.

Pearson Pairs E-Textbooks with Free Curated Video Library

Pearson has added Channels, a curated library of educational videos, to its Pearson+ e-textbook subscription service.

Apple Expands Educator Resources, Adds Forum on Its New Apple Education Community Site

Apple has launched a new professional learning hub for educators called the Apple Education Community, which expands on the resources previously hosted on the Apple Teacher Learning Center and adds a brand new educator Forum, which launched in beta over the weekend.

Lumen Learning Partners with APLU to Pilot Equitable Courseware at More Universities

Digital courseware provider Lumen Learning is working with the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities to bring Lumen's Introduction to Statistics course to more colleges and universities across the United States.

Vernier Software & Technology Rebrands with STEM Focus

Vernier Software & Technology has changed its name to Vernier Science Education to more closely reflect the company's focus on providing hands-on, socially relevant STEM education tools and resources, according to a news announcement.

Open Web Annotation Tool Hypothesis Forms Public Benefit Corporation, Garners $2.5M Investment from ITHAKA

Hypothesis, maker of an open annotation tool that allows users to make public or private annotations on any web page, PDF or document, has incorporated as a public benefit corporation — a move that will enable it to pursue the funding needed to scale the service, the company said in a news announcement.

Bridge Learning Tech Unveils VR Learning Solution for Automotive Education and Industry

Technology-focused consultancy Bridge Learning Tech has introduced a new Virtual Reality Learning Solution to assist automotive electric vehicle technicians.

Revised Organic Chemistry Text to Be Free Online via OpenStax

Cornell professor emeritus John McMurry’s 10th edition of his bestselling textbook Organic Chemistry will be published by Rice University’s OpenStax open educational resource program next year, according to information released by the university. The textbook, which could normally cost students hundreds of dollars, according to OpenStax, will be available to students for free online, thanks to its alliance with original publisher Cengage Learning.

Stakeholder Input Drives Northern Arizona University LMS Transition

After a 10-month evaluation of LMS platforms that gathered extensive input from students, faculty and staff, Northern Arizona University is moving to Instructure's Canvas learning management system.

Hybrid, Whatever that Means, Will Dominate the Future of Online Learning

In a recent survey, nearly all higher education chief online officers expected online learning of some kind to be a part of the typical student experience within the next three years. While survey respondents did not necessarily agree on how much online would become the norm, it's clear that hybrid models are favored to dominate instruction by 2025.