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This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for students in Professor Janet Miller's Summer 2019 course A&H 5001, Research Methods in Arts Education:  Focus on Qualitat...
"228 Accelerator’s mission is to empower school designers to build a new generation of schools, education organizations, and educational practices that put equity at the center of their work." (About 228 Accelerator) Advancing Equity Through Design 228 Accelerator is geared toward making education ...
MasterWorks is an educational virtual reality experience that transports users to four UNESCO World Heritage sites. Digital conservationist groupCyArk captured images of each site using photogrammetry, enabling virtual tourists to walk through 360-degree renderings of places that are normally off limits. MasterWorks aims to teach users about the history and creat...
The interconnectedness of the world is rapidly changing the demographics and needs of students enrolled in higher education. Georgia Tech is one university that is attempting to address these changes by moving more programs online, utilizing new digital resources, and recognizing that a college education is not a one-and-done experience. They hope that restructuring education to better fit student needs will better...
Michael Auerbach is the co-founder of Kinful, a K-12 social-emotional learning program where students produce their own virtual reality videos. Auerbach has spent over nine years founding, directing, and scaling social justice programs, dealing with issues such as gender equality in West Africa, juvenile justice in Baltimore, and educational equity in New York City. How did your education ...
Every day our staff writers share their favorite stories on technology and learning: 1. How Rosetta Stone is prospering despite the onslaught of language learning apps. Full story from CNBC 2. Latina student programs Alexa to teach immigrants their rights.
Every day our staff writers share their favorite stories on technology and learning: 1. Research shows that language learning might delay dementia. Full story from Salon 2. How and why one professor eliminated grades to focus on learning.
I found this interesting website that showcases an open source taxonomy for the future of education.The 2019 Global Learning Landscape is an open source taxonomy for mapping innovation in learning and talent. Combining machine learning with a global community of experts, we analyzed over 50,000 organizations, 500,000 apps and considered the 3 million schools, colleges and universities around the world. Using the classical top-down / bottom-up design methodology, the 2019 Global Learning Landscape was built around 50 core clusters along a learning journey. From k...
Our staff writers share their favorite stories on technology and learning: 1. Digital learning platform prepares lawyers for the future. Full story from Above the Law 2. This snapchat-style app helps kids learn to overcome speech impediments.
Technology use in refugee camps can facilitate significant professional and community development opportunities among teachers. A recent study examined these developments at the Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps in Kenya. Specifically, researchers examined how refugee teachers living in camps use mobile phones and messaging apps with their peers, and how these tools can boost girls’ education and gender equity. The researchers collec...