You can download this report from the New Media Consortium at this link:
Extreme Networks polled nearly 350 schools in higher-ed and K-12. 23% of respondents have tested VR, and 40% are not sure if they will use VR in the future. 43% of respondents said VR is too expensive to implement. Ways it is being used in education include:
Professor Joshua Kim asks several provocative questions in this article. I won’t try to summarize his main points because he expressed them much better than I could in a brief summary.
TechSmith has announced its latest versions of Camtasia, 9 for Windows machines and 3 for Macs. Most of the improvements seem to be for recording and editing video.
From E-Learning Heroes, October 2016.
An article from the October 19, 2016, online edition of Inside Higher Ed, by Patrick Iber. Some best practices for using Twitter in education he mentions are: