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April 1, 2018

Trends In Education Technology For The Modern Society

We live in an era where technology itself often includes practical application of tech solutions in software development to teaching, learning, and challenges in a creative inquiry. To use the new tech tools for education in engaging and meaningful ways, it’s necessary to understand the trends driving tech adoption in the K12 environment.
by Sharon Nagata (LION)
March 15, 2018

4 Ways To Leverage Big Data In Education

Modern tools for eCourse production and LMS delivery platforms provide a plethora of data that can have an invaluable influence on a publisher’s product line. Consumer product companies have long been monitoring such streams of data; now, leveraging Big Data has also found its place in digital publishing. Big Data analysis should be publisher’s day-to-day work, as it allows for multiple small-scale case studies leading to constant improvement. This is a chance to understand users and properly meet their needs and expectations.
by Karolina Grochola
February 26, 2018 | Sponsored

The Future Of Educational Publishers

As digital learning quickly grows in the educational environment, publishers are changing their attitude towards digital solutions from “nice-to-have” additions to the core paper offering, to an important and often strategic part of their business. With that shift of priorities in the portfolio comes a transformation of a publisher’s long established model of operations; now the publisher must perfect a set of skills suited to a more digital-oriented company, without losing their original core competencies. Where will this transition lead?
by Karolina Grochola
February 3, 2018

The Rise Of Educational Games

Studying can often be a boring and mundane task for students and when they don’t have the motivation to study, their grades and test scores often suffer. Incorporating games into educational curriculum makes students more motivated and engaged in the lesson.
by Stephen Baer