Technology in Education
Cloud Storage services, such as Dropbox, allow college students to easily store and share documents, photos, videos and other types of files over the internet – easing the way they communicate and learn in school.
Finding good math activities for the summer is a tough task. But one activity that involves numbers will surely get kids involved
Good internet resources about science for teachers, parents and kids can be hard to come by. To make it easier for people to find the information they need for school or for their own knowledge, the Verizon foundation has funded “Thinkfinity,” a collection of websites that includes Science Netlinks.
YouTube, the internet video service that has captivated the world has launched a new webpage where it hosts videos having to do with topics taught in schools and universities.
Finding a major is one of the biggest challenges that students face, before and during college.
If you have a kid interested in science and technology, or want to get your child more interested in the topics, Dragonfly TV might be the perfect show.
If you have a future inventor in your house, you may want to feed that imagination with a trip to the Henry Ford.
Of all the math students and families do, some of the most challenging is adding up how to pay for college.
Touch-screen technology makes many new gadgets for kids to use. However, many app sites are not really good places to let kids shop, as adult and kid applications are intermingled.
First lady Michelle Obama and the USDA have unveiled a new website which helps kids and families make better nutritional decisions.