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Source : allafrica.com
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E-Learning is becoming an increasingly popular means of offering and gaining education, with Web-based learning leading the way. By 2006, 3,5 million students were participating in on-line learning at institutions of higher education in the United States. According to the … Lire
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Source : blogs.edweek.org
Auteur : Sean Cavanagh
Date de l’info : 17 juillet 2015
A recent story in the Los Angeles Times looks at the hope among entrepreneurs in Southern California that their region—powered in part by its reservoir of talent in the entertainment and animation fields—can emerge as hub for the ed-tech industry. But … Lire
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Source : gettingsmart.com
Auteur : Albert Kim
Date de l’info : 3 juillet 2015
The message at this year’s ISTE conference was loud and clear: Technology can and will change education, but not without people. This might seem obvious, but at the world’s biggest EdTech conference, it’s easy to lose sight of the people as … Lire
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Source : www.forbes.com
Auteur : Jacob Morgan
Date de l’info : 15 juin 2015
The folks over at Johnson Controls have put together an interesting report called Smart Workplace 2040: The Rise of the Workspace Consumer, it’s a lengthy 84 page report that explores various scenarios for what the workplace might look like in … Lire
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Source : allafrica.com
Auteur : David Meads
Date de l’info : 2 juin 2015
As Africa’s leaders gather for the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town, one of the most important discussions will be about the impact of technology on the continent’s socio-economic development, and the investments needed to further technological growth. … Lire
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Source : incentive-8.info
Auteur : Colin Gallacher
Date de l’info : 22 janvier 2015
I have been very fortunate to have spent more than a decade dishing out advice, supporting and occasionally nagging, learning providers about the fantastic and often simple technology available to them. I feel the need to make the following observations … Lire
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Source : www.educationdive.com
Auteur : Roger Riddell
Date de l’info : 13 mars 2015
One of the biggest stories in higher ed and online learning over the last few years has been the rapid rise, and subsequent trip along the hype cycle, of massive open online courses. Despite their potential, MOOCs have faced questions ranging … Lire
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Source : knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu
Auteur : knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu
Date de l’info : 5 mars 2015
As multinationals seek to become bigger, faster and stronger to compete on the global stage, they’re launching new corporate development programs to mobilize their workforce. And their efforts are reaching far beyond out-dated cushy executive retreats. Companies have employed all … Lire
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Source : www.cxotoday.com
Auteur : Gary Newbold
Date de l’info : 2 mars 2015
The BYOD trend is gaining popularity in Asia Pacific and the region will continue to witness strong growth, driven by burgeoning consumer demand for smartphone and tablet. In 2013, mobile devices utilized under the BYOD model accounted for 22.5 percent … Lire
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Source : www.edsurge.com
Auteur : Tony Wan
Date de l’info : 20 février 2015
Mobile is one of the biggest drivers of technology growth around the world. And with it comes the promise of learning anywhere, anytime at one’s fingertips. But has mobile technology truly transformed the process of teaching and learning–or is it … Lire