Free licenses could mean cheaper textbooks and a wider selection of learning materials for students and teachers alike. Learn how open educational resources, or OER, are changing the way we access information.
California educators have made some of the most popular college textbooks available for free online. What does this stunning tech advancement mean for students and schools in the next five years?
One company is helping elementary students learn math a different way: Through games. We caught up with a member of DreamBox Learning's curriculum design team to learn more about the company and the growing educational technology space.
Edu-tech company Aerohive helps schools get the online information they need when they need it, supplying Wi-Fi to a wide range of K-12 and postsecondary institutions.
Find out why the New Media Consortium recently named gamification - or game-based learning - one of the most promising trends in higher education technology today.
While other websites in the edu-tech world find success in niches, MyEdu has found success providing a one-stop educational resource for students.
In order to ensure academic integrity in online examinations, B Virtual offers proctoring solutions that allow students to securely take their tests.
Classrooms are moving into the digital age, and not just with online learning. Learn how brick and mortar classes are benefiting from high-tech tools.
With 140-character bursts of wisdom, educators are tweeting out a message of community and collaboration. Find out how Twitter can assist both teachers and students.
Games aren't just for fun anymore, they're transforming the way students learn. Find out how educational technology is changing the process.