EdTechnically

EdTechnically, eLearning Inside’s weekly podcast, investigates current issues in education technology, the EdTech industry, and online learning. Click on your favorite podcast player below.

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Latest EdTechnically episodes:

  1. Researchers Link Working Memory to Online Learning Habits, a Step Forward in Personalized Learning
  2. Interpersonal Interaction Is Crucial for Instructional Continuity. But What Does that Mean?
  3. Wiley Strikes Open Access Publishing Deal with UK Universities
  4. Instructure Failed to Gain Shareholder Support for a Private Equity Buyout. What Comes Next?
  5. What Role Should Blended Learning Play During Crises? Insights from the #FeesMustFall Movement
  6. Liberty University Invested Big in Private Data and Admissions Leads to Grow their Online Program
  7. College Board Trends Report: Higher Education Still Pays
  8. edX Announces Stackable Undergraduate Credit: MicroBachelors
  9. The 2020s: Nascent Technologies that Show Promise in Education
  10. Regulators Are Catching Up to Virtual Charter School Growth, But Fraud Persists
  11. Education and EdTech in the 2010s: A Lost Decade or a Period of Progress?
  12. Coursera for Business Announces 100% YoY Growth
  13. What Happens to Teachers When Online Students Miss a Class?
  14. Researchers Propose Mobile Apps as a Way to Spread Climate Change Awareness
  15. 27% of Edtech Licenses Go Unused: LearnPlatform Report
  16. Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here
  17. How eLeaP Redesigned Its LMS for the Future of Workforce Development
  18. EdTech Startups Are Gaining Users and VC Funding Via an Old Medium: Print
  19. ASU and Sprint Are Launching a Wide-Ranging IoT and 5G Initiative
  20. 2U Continues to Sign New Clients, Despite Summer Setbacks
  21. D2L CEO John Baker: “We’re leveraging AI to make the educational experience more human.”
  22. Does University Size Affect Online Rankings?
  23. 1 in 5 Cybersecurity Attacks Targeted Professional Education Between April and June
  24. Senators Raise Concern Over Edtech Data Collection Processes
  25. Professor Heidi Kloos Found Benefits of a Personalized Learning App. But Teachers Don’t Want to Use it.
  26. Pushback Against the Cengage-McGraw Hill Merger: What is at Stake and What Comes Next?
  27. A Committee Wants to Bring Maine Law Online But the American Bar Association Stands in the Way
  28. Pearson Is Going “Digital” First With Their College Textbook Catalogue
  29. Instructure Eyes Adaptive Personalized Learning: CEO Dan Goldsmith in Conversation
  30. RYOBI, an Edtech Robot Manufacturer, Raises $4.5 Million in Seed Funding
  31. Study Finds That at Summer Camp, Students Feel Relieved to Leave Their Devices and Social Media Behind
  32. Students Will Soon Be Able to Ask Alexa for Help Studying the ACT
  33. Opting in and Out of Classroom Devices: 8 Things Districts Consider
  34. A Group of Researchers Designed an AR Component for a Geopark
  35. Project Chimera Uses VR to Put Remote Students in the Classroom
  36. Are online courses well-suited for big introductory college classes?
  37. Cengage and McGraw-Hill Are Merging: How Will This Affect Teachers and Learners?
  38. Should eLearning Be Mandatory in High School?
  39. 30 Years of Corporate Training & Education Technology – Bill West (Regatta VR CEO)
  40. Does Online Learning Improve Equity in Education? – Improving Equity in Education
  41. Chronas Provides a Google Maps of History with Over 50 Million Data Points
  42. Corporate Training Delivered Via 3D Game-Based Environments – Douglas Seifert (Syandus CEO)
  43. Who Are Online Students & What Are the Qualities of a Successful Online Student
  44. Investigating Screen Time in Edtech: Correlation vs. Causation
  45. What Do Online Program Managers Do? – Online Program Management
  46. The Non-Profit/OPM Pivot: How Some For-Profit Colleges Survive a Regulation-Heavy Climate: EdTech
  47. Measuring Learner Engagement with AI and a Webcam?
  48. Does Mobile Learning Lead to Device Addiction? – Challenges of Mobile Learning

 

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