Docs, Sheets, Drive, Slides, and Calendar all got new features to make them more competitive with Office 365. I like the Apps for Education, and they are all most people will ever need. I like to import PowerPoint presentations into Slides and use the Slides presenter because it is easier to use than the PowerPoint Presenter.
Dr. Joshua Kim lists these factors to support his conclusion:
I just found out about the Wikipedia Library.
Here is the website Wikipedia built for it:
The network for working professionals, LinkedIn, has announced its new learning portal, LinkedIn Learning. The social network acquired Lynda.com, which has over 9,000 coursese online, for $1.5 billion a year and a half ago. Microsoft is in the process of acquiring LInkedIn for $26.2 billion. Personal disclosure – I nave competed dozens of courses at Lynda.com.
Course designers were asked to create eLearning courses with navigation that did nor rely on the traditional Next button. Their solutions included drag-and-drop, sliders, hovers, and other techniques.
This paper was written by David Jones and Eric Schneider. They are going to present it at ACCE 2016. The paper asks the question, what if the technologies we use in education were more flexible and adaptable to the uses and needs of teachers and students.
Tech Smith, the company behind Camtasia Studio, has just announced its latest version. They are calling it simply Camtasia, not Camtasia Studio. There are no longer separate versions for the PC and Mac. The new Camtasia works equally well on both platforms. Camtasia has been upgraded to take advantage of 64-bit operating systems and has more powerful animation tools. It will be available in October.