School Development in a front-runner country “A Revolution for Many”

More active learning, formative instead of summative evaluation of pupils results, more coaching and mentoring in the pupils learning processes are just some of the news that is being implemented in Finnish school according to the new curriculum. The new approach is directed on adapting school to the requirements of …

Integrating EdTech in School – R&D-project at Linné University

In September 2018 eLearningworld reported about that Linné University had appointed the first Professor of EdTech in Sweden, Italo Masiello. The first cross-disciplinary project to integrate edtech in school on evidence-based research and development has started with funding from IST Group AB, KK-foundation and Linné University. Where the focus is …

Six most read stories and news on eLearningworld 2018

Most read stories 2018 Analysis of Learning, Tech, Design, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship Enrich educational impact with support of AI  Making design the engine to achieve your goals European Innovation Scoreboard: EU is gaining ground in the global competition Artificial Intelligence – if you like or not – and why …

Bowie exhibition becomes an AR-app – an interactive book about his life

The “David Bowie is”- exhibition opened in March 2013 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and ended in July 2018 at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. At David Bowie’s 72nd birthday, January 8, 2019, an Augmented Reality-app of the exhibition will be launched. As the trend-maker …

New STEM educations adapted to the Digital Society

The Ministry of Education and Science in Denmark has approved several new STEM programmes for higher education (STEM – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) directed on becoming a bridge of the challenges of the Digital Society and the future labour market. The educations include everything from Machine Learning education in …

Social Media design not that social, according to new research

Social media like Facebook and Instagram are poorly designed for social interaction but are instead directed on finishing specific tasks, according to new research from Umeå University in the northern part of Sweden. This means that social media is designed in the same way that interaction designers are designing for …