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7 e-learning trends for educational institutions in 2017

Neo LMS

2016 so far has been a very challenging year, yet also very rewarding. One very good thing of 2016 was that the ed tech world never stopped evolving, not even for a second. 7 e-learning trends for educational institutions in 2017. Personalized learning. E-learning

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Giving Thanks: The Top EdSurge Contributors of 2016

Edsurge

Today, we’d like to call out nine of our contributors in particular, who’ve written the most popular articles of 2016. But there’s hope—the Stanford researcher completed a 500-paper lit review with professors Linda-Darling Hammond and Shelley Goldman to identify five actionable tips to provide equitable digital learning opportunities to low-income students. Educators and Administrators—From the 'Instruct' Newsletter Adaptive learning. Personalized learning.

Trends to watch in 2015: education and technology

Bryan Alexander

What can we expect in 2016 from the intersection of technology and education? Here I’d like to identify trends from 2015 which seem likely to persist or grow over the next year. Educational technology trends. That should extend into 2016. From non-edutech trends.

Engrade users can access Knovation’s digital content

eSchool News

Collaboration aims to create a more open, collaborative digital learning environment for K-12 students and educators. We’re excited to partner with Knovation to support a more open, collaborative and easy-to-use learning environment. Digital Learning and Tools News

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Developing a Research Base to Evaluate Digital Courseware

Edsurge

Online and blended learning continue to trend upward in higher education institutions across the U.S. Babson Survey , the proportion of academic leaders who report that online learning is critical for long-term institutional growth has grown from 49 percent in 2002 to 71 percent in 2015, and institutions are investing in edtech products to support digital learning. At the same time, the number of studies of the effectiveness of learning software is huge.

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?HigherEd Year in Review: What We’ve Learned (and Loved) in Our First 365 Days

Edsurge

As a result, we’re pausing to reflect on what we’ve learned from our work, yes, from our readers. First the numbers: In the past year, we have published more than 300 articles about the shifting trends in higher ed, education technology and digital learning. In 2016 we added one of our own to the mix: EdSurge Independent. There will be plenty of twists ahead in how we learn after high school; I’m excited that we’ll keep following this thread. A new President.

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