How To Learn Web Design: 4 Steps To Start Designing

By eLearning Inside December 20, 2021

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In the US alone, the web design market is valued at $40 billion. Web designing can be self-taught. While the avenues of education are not free, there are cheaper alternatives than the academic route. Online courses on web designing and there are resources that you can purchase online. The most important thing is actually determining which […]


21st Century Careers: The Technological Revolution and Viable Career Paths

By eLearning Inside December 07, 2021

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Even before the pandemic forced everyone inside, our culture was slowly but surely drifting towards the integration of technology. For proof of this, look no further than the development of smartphones and the subsequent generations of the most popular models; each one sleeker, more efficient, able to connect us to the digital world quicker, and […]


Social and Emotional Learning and Career Readiness As Necessity: Gale Presents: Imago

By Aniqah Majid November 26, 2021

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.- Gale, a Cengage company, has partnered with social and emotional learning (SEL) innovator IMAGO, to launch an online SEL and career readiness platform, Gale Presents: Imago. The video-based platform, covering content from cognitive flexibility to convergent thinking, will be available to K-12 schools and curriculums across the country. With a focus on […]


BJYU’s, The World’s Largest EdTech Unicorn, Launches New Innovation Hub, ‘BJYU’s Lab’

By Aniqah Majid November 19, 2021

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BENGALURU, INDIA – The world’s largest education technology unicorn, BJYU’s, has launched its new innovation hub, BJYU’s Lab. The company, known best for its online learning platform BJYU’s Future School, launched the product on November 9th, in its continued effort for global market expansion. This innovation hub, based out of the UK, the US, and […]


E-Rate Bidding Process Open: What Should Schools Prepare For?

By Aniqah Majid November 10, 2021

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The E-rate funding application window is expected to open in January 2022. Officially known as the Universal Service Schools and Libraries Program, E-rate supports eligible K-12 schools and libraries across America with access to affordable telecommunications and information services. For the program, participants must carry out a competitive bidding process where they select the most […]


The EdTech Company That Is Putting the Brakes on Digital Distraction

By Cait Etherington December 14, 2018

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Digital distraction isn’t just a problem facing the young. Adults in business meetings and even elected officials also have a difficult time avoiding digital distraction. In schools, however, the problem is rampant. One 2017 study carried out at Michigan State University discovered that students in an introductory psychology course spent up to one third of their time […]


EdTech in 2019: Experts and Founders Around the World Share Predictions (Part 2)

By Cait Etherington December 08, 2018

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Over the past year, eLearning Inside has interviewed dozens of founders, investors, and researchers in the edtech sector. As we look forward to 2019, we decided to reach out to some of the people we talked to in 2018 along with a few new voices to gather predictions on edtech for the coming year. In this […]


Women in Tech Shaped eLearning History, but Controversy Lingers Over What Happened on the PLATO Team

By Cait Etherington December 02, 2018

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On November 28, Joy Rankin posted an article on Medium that essentially served as an open letter to Michigan State University. In the letter, she offers an explanation for her decision to leave her tenure-track position at the institution. The story is a bit long and convoluted, but in a nutshell, Rankin’s decision to leave […]


EdTech in 2019: Experts and Founders Around the World Share Predictions

By Cait Etherington November 30, 2018

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Over the past year, eLearning Inside has interviewed dozens of founders, investors, and researchers in the edtech sector. As we look forward to 2019, we decided to reach out to some of the people we talked to in 2018 and a few new voices to gather predictions on edtech for the coming year. In this two-part […]


LearnLaunch Accelerator Partners with ETS to Boost Their Next Round of Edtech Startups

By Henry Kronk June 04, 2018

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On Monday, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and LearnLaunch Accelerator announced they would collaborate to offer support and resources for edtech startups. The non-profit organization that has administered the SATs, GREs and TOEFLs among other widely used tests, will essentially lend its clout and deep pockets to the ongoing work of LearnLaunch.