IAE Blog

Information Age Education (IAE) is an Oregon not-for-profit corporation founded by David Moursund in August 2007. The IAE Blog was started in August 2010.

Individualizing Education with AI

Liza Loop

History of Computing for Learning in Education

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Online Learning Can Help to Remove Barriers to Formative Assessment

 

IAE Guest Blog
Racquel Biem
Chinook Cyber School, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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Combining Research in Neuroscience, Psychology, and Education

A new Research Center has been established at Queensland University in Australia. It combines the efforts of researchers in Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychology, and Education. The goal is to improve the education of both non-indigenous and indigenous (aboriginal) students.

In brief summary, three types of research are being integrated:

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IAE Lists of Free Online Educational Resources

Information Age Education (IAE) provides a wide variety of aids to teachers, teachers of teachers, parents, and others who are interested in improving education. Recently IAE has thoroughly revised and updated a number of its IAE-pedia documents that focus on accessing and using free educational materials available on the Web.

Six Examples of Recently Updated IAE Resource Lists

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Two Women Advancing the Field of Information and Communication Technology

I strongly support the participation of women in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). My IAE-pedia article, Women in ICT, was initially written in 2009 and has recently been completely updated. Since 2009, the document has had about 90,000 hits, which makes it #12 in the list of most popular IAE-pedia entries (Moursund, 2016).

I have been a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for about 50 years. and regularly read the Communications of the ACM (CACM) publication. For the most part, many of the technical details in the CACM are now “over my head.” However, a number of the articles provide excellent background information on how computer technology is changing the world and the problems that ICT is addressing. The ACM and CACM are very supportive of the field of computers in education.

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