David Langridge, Microsoft’s Worldwide Education Senior Partner Development Director, discusses the future of Edtech.
Wrapping up the year, Publishing Perspectives contributors share their top books of the 2015. Mark Piesing chooses five nonfiction titles.
The Star Wars franchise is a powerful example of how content creators are expanding storylines into multiverses, with plans to sustain them for generations.
In our edtech gift guide, Publishing Perspectives serves up an enticing selection of educational gifts for children young and old.
AR&Co, an Indonesian startup led by Peter Shearer Setiawan, is bringing augmented reality to books, starting with the Bible.
Execs from Cornelsen Schulverlage, Scholastic India, Capstone’s myON, and Microsoft Education share thoughts about various edtech business models.
UK author Paul Mason sees the future as a place where the value of work is reduced to zero, but ideas — and their proliferation — still hold sway.
AR&Co, an Indonesian startup that specialized in augmented reality, presented new possibilities for storytelling at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Tomorrow’s classrooms will be collaborative, featuring 3D printers, ‘immersive’ work stations and hybrid textbooks in which content is generated on the fly.
Speaking at The Markets, Robert Kim said that Korea’s high standard of living and world’s best internet makes it a leader in developing educational tools.