As tech entrepreneurs become the stars of the American dream, entrepreneurship courses have become increasingly more crucial for college students to succeed.
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and kids are getting excited for the holiday full of food, fun, family, and football. […]
In a previous article, EdTech looked at the top schools for innovation in the United States, naming five schools that appeared […]
Through technology, distance learning progressed greatly from the times of postcard correspondence; but, are online courses effective for college students?
For today’s edtech startup profile, EdTech Times spoke with Chris Twyman of BoomWriter, an award-winning literacy website that lets teachers conduct collaborative […]
Welcome to the third episode of our podcast series covering the Engagement Lab, an applied research facility at Emerson College focusing on the development and study of games, technology, and new media to […]» Read more
EdTech Times spoke with Karen Bdoyan, founder of ShowMe, a global learning community that aims to connect great teachers and experts to students across the world. Read our interview to find out what ShowMe creates and why they do it.» Read more
A few years ago, analysts predicted the rapid uprising of eBooks that would take over and smother the print industry. To the horror of publishers and book sellers, print sales […]» Read more
Do college students prefer paper or digital assignments? “Student Voice” columnist and college junior Suchita Chada gathered insight to determine which method was really preferred by her peers.» Read more