As technology has advanced, lots of innovative ideas are being tried in the education domain to make the experience of children pleasurable. Keeping this in mind, this article focuses on crucial components for developing a great e-learning game. Combining education with entertainment is not a cup of tea for ordinary… Continue Reading 3 Components for Developing a Great eLearning Game

Many security managers say end-user education is a central part of IT security. More regulations are also requiring that organizations demonstrate that they’re conducting such training. Increasingly, organizations are looking to automated, Web-based educational solutions. Pemco Insurance, located in Seattle, implemented a solution from the vendor Cosaint several years ago. Pemco… Continue Reading Bolstering Security Education

The U.S. Department of Education today released a new guide to laws and rules colleges must follow to ensure e-reading devices and other emerging technologies are accessible to all students. It focuses on students with vision problems, a group whose access issues have triggered official complaints against colleges. The document, in the… Continue Reading Education Department Clarifies E-Reader Accessibility Rules

Your desk may overlook the desolate edge-of-town business park and the only lunch venue is the canteen, but look on the bright side: you could spend your meal break browsing a book from the New York public library, absorbing an Oxford University lecture on the fall of the Roman empire… Continue Reading The secret to e-learning