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Education and Technology Web Recap w/e 03-09-19


Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here to share with our blog readers.

EmergingEdTech Teaching Technology Tweet Wrap

This week in the wrap … want to explore what's happening in higher education with artificial intelligence? The University of Arkansas has you covered with their PAIR offering. Learn how one professor ended up with hundreds of thousands of YouTube subscribers, make your own VR tours in Google Expeditions, explore the factors behind rise of the online “mega-universities”, or check out the evolving state amazing patient simulators in our medical schools. And more!

Univ Oklahoma has created a global registry of #highered Artificial Intelligence projects, “PAIR”:

Pretty cool! Madefire debuts 3D motion comics on the Magic Leap One AR headset

How do you make change happen in schools? @DaretoAwesome explains in this inspiring quote!

‘Professor Dave' Explains How He Attracted 345,000 YouTube Subscribers

Now You Can Use Your Own VR Tours in Google Expeditions on iOS (as well as Android)

(It'll be interesting to see where this goes) Improving Student Outcomes with Adaptive Courseware: The Every Learner Everywhere Network Initiative

The future of AI in digital learning is in our daily work, making course content accessible in context for on-the-job learning

Fine Arts Courses Help Students Excel In Math And Science

The Rise of the “Mega-University” Will this model come to dominate #highered growth? Should it?

How patient simulators enhance medical education – virtual technology helps train tomorrow's physician

6 Important Areas Of Technology Professional Development For Teachers And Education Administrators 

Digital Accessibility Law and Regulation: Current Status and What to Do About It

I've been wondering when this would happen (federal-level proposal being floated to break up the big four big data co's):


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