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Getting Smart® today launched “How Digital Learning Contributes to Deeper Learning,” a white paper that examines how key aspects of personal digital learning – common standards, next-generation assessments, blended learning, and affordable devices – can provide deeper learning opportunities for students. Check this article and the infographic to learn more! ***** Co-written by Tom Vander… Read More ›
For years, for-profit universities have dominated the online education space, however that’s changing. Please take a look at how non-profit universities are offering competitive alternatives. Muhammad Saleem shared this infographic crunching all the numbers behind the status. It’s from OnlineDegrees.org .
What’s Creative Commons license? Foter has made this introductory infographic for you!
Interesting information organized by OnlineCollege.org , enjoy!
Technology is not only a critical part of learning, it’s an essential tool for communication and student-teacher engagement. Which technologies are most important to students ? How technology impacts academic experience and achievement? Muhammad Saleem sent us this infographic about undergraduate students and technologies to share with you. Original source: http://www.bachelorsdegreeonline.com/
This infographic gives a review on how internet has changed and grown its influence. Actually its impact is associated with that everything(content and process) is digitized and streamed through internet. We’ll see the same trends for digital learning.
What does it mean to ‘use the Internet effectively’ and which countries are doing it best? This infographic created by OEDB presents the result of a study called the Web Index. It measures the web’s global impact in 61 developing and developed countries. Sweden has the highest percentage of popularity using computers and internet. Singapore… Read More ›
by BestEdSites.com Educators are always busy in teaching and helping students. Although we all know technologies are changing the world very fast, but how fast? Stop for a moment and take a look at this infographic about how internet changes our world in only one decade. Think back to 2002, we only spent an average of… Read More ›
There are many device options for 1:1 programs in digital classrooms, besides laptops the tablets have become very popular because of its mobility and convenience, so you might wonder ”which devices are best for digital textbooks?” This is a quick review on learning with tablets from onlineuniversities.com. And, T-Mobile also gave a mobile learning report card… Read More ›
by Ellyssa Kroski, iLibrarian of oedb.org Data visualization and infographics tools are a great way to keep students and readers engaged. Here are ten free applications which will enable you to create your own infographics, maps, graphs, charts, and diagrams: Creately The free version of Creately enables users to design and store 5 diagrams which can include Venn diagrams,… Read More ›
Social media has become a part of our daily life, although Twitter wasn’t designed with teaching in mind but Rosie Miles finds it an ideal way to encourage students to get under the skin of academic texts. Here she explains how: Teaching with Twitter: how the social network can contribute to learning. I am a senior lecturer in English… Read More ›
“There is an App for that!” is a popular saying recently very familiar for teachers or learners. Now there is an infographic for mobile learning! Let’s take a look on how mobile devices are changing the way we learn, it’s all about numbers and trends. Thanks to Muhammad Saleem for this resource. For more thorough… Read More ›
The future of education displayed here is about all the numbers and trends in changing. We think the story is told succinctly by this infographic from Knewton and and Column Five Media. More details can be found in The Best Answers on “What is Digital Classroom ?” or this curation bag Shifting in teaching and learning. And, this SIG Disruptive Innovation could… Read More ›
Social learning is a hot keyword in education now, different kinds of social media are drawing attention because of the values in building learning networks. SteveB’s social learning scoop is a good curation on this topic. But, what’s the real data about real educators/ institutions using social media in education? The pros and cons? This is an infographic… Read More ›