e-Learning stories - Page 2
These start-ups are making tracks in the EdTech space
A number of education technology start-ups have arrived on the scene, with many attracting attention for their innovative solutions.
Microlearning: The e-Learning method taking off around the world
Among five emerging types of learning, microlearning shows the highest rate of adoption - and arguably the greatest potential for growth.
Online courses grow in popularity, user demand becomes more complex
The e-learning market is growing rapidly, with more Massive Open Online Courses as well as commercial online courses available around the world.
Popular learning tool hits one billion study sessions
Quizlet has reached one billion study sessions completed, has more than 100 million user-created study sets, and is now used in every country.
Social learning app takes the world by storm
Declara has been recognised at the 2015 World Technology Summit with the prestigious Education Category Award.
Gamification in schools on the rise
Gamification is becoming an increasingly common learning technique in schools to help students develop new, transferable problem solving skills.
University of Auckland starts rolling out online courses
The University of Auckland is investing in elearning options, beginning by making it’s most popular undergraduate course available as an online class.
Governments are investing more in education technology
There is a direct correlation between investments into education and a country’s prosperity, according to Transparency Market Research.
A look into the billion dollar Ed Tech market
The Ed Tech and smart classrooms market is expected to grow from $43.27 billion in 2015 to $93.79 billion by 2020.
eCoach: Making eLearning accessible for students
Futura Group has launched an eCoach Course Builder - a cloud-based platform that provides secondary school teachers with tools to build online courses
Protecting your students, staff and network: The Fortinet way
Cyber-security is one of the most challenging issues confronting school administrators up and down New Zealand.
Schools need to be ready for the tsunami of 'digital change'
Pakuranga College in Auckland will be exploring the key issues facing schools when implementing eLearning/BYOD programmes with an ELearning summit.
Open Polytechnic launches online platform for learning and training
iQualify is designed to provide affordable access to high quality online learning for other education providers and organisations.
E-learning market gains momentum, driven by mobility
The e-learning market is expected to grow consistently over the next four years, driven by the emergence of m-learning and evolving learning styles.
Top e-learning trends impacting education
Today, elearning trends shaping schools and the way people learn. These include mobile learning, Tin Can API, edugaming, and augmented reality.
VLNC recognises Kiwis embracing online learning
The Virtual Learning Network Community (VLNC) has recognised four individuals embracing the online learning environment at the 2015 VL Awards.
Core Education looks to empower Maori with e-learning
At the beginning of next month, Core Education is hosting an event called, ‘Modern Pathways to Raising Maori Achievement’.
Kiwi company leaps into education market with digital literacy tool
Kiwi company Bud-e Digital has launched Bud-e Reading, the literacy product targeted at New Zealand students and designed to be exportable.
Storypark cloud community rolled out in NZ kindergartens
The Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) has announced it will be providing all parents at their 111 centres with Storypark during term 1, 2015.
New Zealand's e-learning certificate helps USP meet strategic objective
Koroivulaono says academic excellence is one of the many graduate attributes USP aim for from students and part of that is the knowledge and skills for advanced information and communication technology.
Authors advance eLearning with Adobe Captivate 8
Adobe Captivate 8 is delivering ground-breaking innovation in elearning design, without the need for programming.
A new look for eLearning guidelines...
eLearning Guidelines for the tertiary sector are now improved, with updated guidelines and a new website to support online teaching and learning.
Inaugural Virtual Learning Awards launched
The growth of elearning in New Zealand has led to the introduction of the Virtual Learning Awards by the Virtual Learning Network Community (VLNC), with sponsorship by Asnet Technologies.
Rotorua’s students to benefit from e-learning community
Rotorua principals are developing an e-learning community that aims to have internet connectivity and personal learning devices available to all students, resulting in equal learning opportunities, and improved educational outcomes.