Internet of Learning-Things

Mass access to the Internet is a mere 20 years old and during this time Web Services have completely revolutionised how we interact – so how will the Internet transform us over the next 20 years? This article explains how technologies can be architected to allow learning to flourish in the emerging world of the… Read More

What is Ubiquitous Learning?

There is a lot of talk at the moment about Ubiquitous Learning. But what exactly is it, should we care, and how should it be implemented? This article by Edutech Associates member Nick Fekos explores these questions. Ubiquitous computing is a model of human computer interaction in which computer processing has been integrated fully into daily… Read More

Artificial Intelligence in Schooling Systems

Q. “What do you give a hurt lemon?” A. “Lemon aid” Like me, you may have thought that the writer of this joke is a student. Actually, the joke writer in this case is Artificial Intelligence software – a “joke generator” called JAPE. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has growing implications for schooling, and this article aims… Read More