NEW technology is fuelling a boom in the online grinds market for Leaving Certificate students. Read the full article …
Category: Distributed Learning
CEO structuring his small, Newfoundland-based business for growth – with a little help from Great Big Sea Read the full article …
e-Literate is a hobby weblog about educational technology (a favorite here at Startl) posted a fascinating history and analysis of universities and community colleges and the economics of offering free and pay online courses. Are online course offerings economically sustainable for institutions? …the U.S. Department of Education believes all online learning should be less expensive for [...]
Creative Commons, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Open Society Foundations are pleased to announce the winners of the Why Open Education Matters video competition. The competition was launched in March 2012 to solicit creative videos that clearly communicate the use and potential of free, high-quality Open Educational Resources — or “OER” — and describe the benefits and [...]
ShowMe, the startup with the ultimate iPad app and corresponding web platform, turns the iPad into a video whiteboard allows teachers to record lessons while drawing on the touchscreen whiteboard. The recorded video lesson can then be shared on the app and web where learners can browse video lessons on everything from math and physics [...]
Start Design Boost alumn, Project NOAH launches redesigned iPhone app this week to rave reviews and fanfare.
Startl is pleased to announce the ten teams selected to participated in our November Mobile Design Boost to be held in San Francisco November 11-14, 2010.
Microsoft Live@Edu starting to take hold in states. Will this be driver taking education into the cloud?
Startl Co-Founder and Managing Director, Diana Rhoten, reflects the unfolding of the Summit and asks – Is education ready for innovation?