Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, October 17,2019

Feature of the Week

As robots are highly popular among kids, so spending on K-12 robotics is required to increase by fourfold in the following four years.  Read more
Big data in the education sector offer teachers with unprecedented opportunity to reach out to and teach new people by giving an overview into the learning experience of students and allowing them to determine the state of the education system  Read more
The web-based whiteboard platforms users can use with the students and friends to team up and facilitate the work in real time.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Borre B. Ulrichsen, CIO, Gonzaga University  
During a meeting the other day, a colleague asked me where I saw our information technology team in 5 years.  Read more
By William Thirsk, VP of IT & CIO, Marist College  
‚ÄčTraditionally, higher education was delivered as a supply-side economic model.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By John Baker, President and CEO  
Specializes in comprehensive learning management systems for schools, higher education institutions, and businesses for online and blended classroom learning  Read more
By Coleman Sterling, CEO  
ENERGY worldnet has over 25 years of experience providing training, evaluations, records management, and consulting services to the energy industry  Read more
By Babar Baig, CEO & Co-Founder  
WriteReader is a scientifically-based learning platform that helps children in kindergarten, primary school and at home to learn and read by writing their digital books. WriteReader uses the latest research in literacy education and has been...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Roman Bruegger, Managing Director, Swiss Edtech Collider  
The digitalization of the workplace will eradicate up to 800 million jobs by 2030.  Read more
By Dan Sandhu, CEO, Sparx  
In April, the Department for Education issued a new Edtech Strategy with one of the key messages...  Read more