ALT have published, via their Research in Learning Technology journal, a themed collection of articles deriving from the second Playful Learning Conference, held in July 2017.
CloserStill, the organisers of the Learning Technologies Awards, have kicked off this years competition by announcing the categories and dates for entry submissions.
By the end of 2020, Adobe have said they’ll stop supporting Flash. As a result, your eLearning content that’s built around this plugin will essentially be, obsolete.
So with a couple of years notice, I’d like to ask you a question - what’s your plan for eLearning after Flash is gone?
“we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020
and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content”
Adobe - July 2017
A story from Julia Freeland Fisher in eSchool News that looks at the evolution of “a disruptive force that is increasingly changing how we teach and learn.”
Welsh Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced that online assessments are set to replace paper for national reading and numeracy tests in Welsh schools.