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  • How a Learning Management System Impacted an Economy: eLearning Fuels Economic Growth in Latin America

    Reducing crippling poverty, violence, unemployment, strengthening the economy, solving social problems without creating massive dept—these are all issues governments face. Read more......
  • E-learning bumps up the grades

    Crusader Faletagoa'i has three exercise books. Tyla-Marie Witika has a similar number. Instead of pens and pencils, they type their work on to small laptops linked to their classes' websites, a Google application projected on to the whiteboard from which ...
  • Amnovet brings e-learning programs to life

    How did a native of Uzbekistan whose first love was theater end up creating a thriving e-learning management system here? Read more......
  • No-Nonsense Practical Guide to Moodle 2 for Teaching 7-1 4 Year Olds Is Released

    Learning doesn't have to stop at the school gates, and the advent of online learning systems such as the free open source Virtual Learning Environment Moodle have made it possible for teachers and their classes to continue and enhance their studies out of...
  • Weldability-Sif Adds Support to e-learning consortium

    Weldability-Sif, UK based "one stop source" has agreed to help fund the e-learning Welding & Fabrication Consortium and has created an advanced e-learning package aligned to the National Occupational Standards and which covers all the welding, cutting...
  • CarveNiche Technologies: Making education more enjoyable

    The highly regulated education sector in India has been crying for reforms and entrepreneurs are now jumping in to stir things up. Read more......
  • Online learning 'could be supported by mobile tools'

    The future of e-learning will be seen in mobile platforms, a specialist has predicted. Writing for CampusTechnology.com, education consultant and Daymar Colleges Group executive director of executive programmes and faculty Ruth Reynard pointed out online ...
  • Salman Khan to MIT Grads: Innovators Will Foster Societal Change

    "The positive revolutions will not be started by generals and politicians. They'll be started by innovators like you," said Khan, a 1998 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Read more......
  • Government planning more e-learning classes

    The Ministry of Education plans to offer e-learning classes in more schools as a part of efforts to promote a government manpower training project. Read more......
  • U regents test drive iPads in committee meeting on e-learning

    Most University of Minnesota Board of Regents meetings don’t involve playing with toys. But at the Educational Planning and Policy Committee’s presentation on e-learning and e-textbook strategies, a team from the College of Education and Human Develop...