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The Future of eLearning: Why Asynchronous Learning May Become the Standard Post-Pandemic

  Is it more fun to sit in front of a screen and watch a video or play an interactive game? The answer isn’t the same for everyone, but most would choose the latter. The gamification of Read more

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DeLorean is Back…Actually They Never Left Us!
August 12, 2022
The forthcoming debut of the latest DeLorean iteration is discussed on the latest episode of “Are We There Yet?”. Host Grant Harrell talked with the automaker’s Chief Marketing Officer, Troy Beetz, Read more
How Teach for America Brings Diversity in Education to Houston Schools
August 12, 2022
Teach for America has been a cornerstone in creating more educators for the nation. The nonprofit founded in 1989 operates in more than two dozen regions across the country and introduces commitment Read more
The Tips Restaurants Need to Avoid Scammers and Extortionists
August 12, 2022
If restaurants didn’t already have enough to deal with during this pandemic, scheming scammers have cooked up an elaborate plot to target them with negative reviews. According to CBS News, there’s Read more
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The Future of eLearning: Why Asynchronous Learning May Become the Standard Post-Pandemic
June 29, 2020
  Is it more fun to sit in front of a screen and watch a video or play an interactive game? The answer isn’t the same for everyone, but most would choose the latter. The gamification of Read more
Goals, Recommendations, and Assessment: 3 Best Practices for Effective LMS
December 23, 2019
  Personalized learning platforms are like a pair of the highest quality running shoes. They can help you run faster, jump higher, and leap farther, all with the best technology you can get Read more
Listen: Adaptive Learning from Kindergarten to College with Graham Glass of CYPHER LEARNING
July 30, 2018
  Have you heard of the phrase, "Stage, not age?" For higher education, it makes a lot of sense. Your age or year at university doesn’t matter when enrolling in a course; what matters is Read more