Are you interested in the latest eBooks but it seems your laptop or desktop computer doesn’t seem to know how to open these strange “EPUB” files? You need Readium, the completely free Chrome Browser plugin that lets you read eBooks on your computer without any strange software or horrible interfaces.
Readium also lets you . . . → Read More: Readium: eBooks in Your Chrome Browser
Earlier in the year we posted a blog about a somewhat newish trend in education that seemed to be gathering some traction – at least in the media headlines (see previous blog here - http://education.waikato.ac.nz/foetech/2012/02/28/an-outsider-calls-for-a-teaching-revolution/). My, how things have changed in just a short 8 months. Now it seems everywhere you turn its MOOC . . . → Read More: A “ M.O.O.C.” called “ Mod.Po.”
This is a repost of an article published on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s website. The citation is provided at the end of the post. If you haven’t visited the websites for Khan Academy, MITx, TED Talks, or even iTunes University you should spend some time looking through all the high quality, free content that . . . → Read More: An Outsider Calls for a Teaching Revolution
An article posted today in Mashable
Over the past decade or so, the Internet has become a huge source of information and education, especially for those who might be short on time, money or other resources.
And it’s not just crowdsourced data collections like Wikipedia or single-topic blogs that encourage individual learning; huge corporations . . . → Read More: How online education is changing the way we learn