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Google technology takes students on immersive, virtual field trips

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 23, 2015

Google's virtual-reality field trips, called Expeditions, allow students to take 360-degree tours using a smartphone and a cardboard viewer. A California high-school teacher recently guided his students through sites in New York City using the technology, saying it removes many of the barriers that make field trips costly and time-consuming. eSchool News (free registration) (07/23)


MIT establishing vision for digital education

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 24, 2015

Using PowerPoint as an effective teaching tool

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 27, 2015

Why MOOCs are not the gold standard in higher education

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 29, 2015

Debate around body cameras in schools heats up

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 28, 2015

Is wearable technology the future of education?

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 28, 2015

Conference brings together teachers, ed tech companies

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 24, 2015

Calif. school teaches digital literacy, citizenship in Cyber Civics

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 24, 2015

Free online lessons available to supplement AP courses

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 23, 2015

An illustrated history of the text message

SmartBrief on EdTech | Jul 23, 2015


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