What’s the Best Approach to Learning Coding?

We all are immersed in technology in various ways—from smart phones and TVs, home security systems, and modes of communication and learning to navigation in cars. Our modes of learning and work are also becoming more and more digital everyday. This deep reliance on technology highlights the importance of learning computer science for children, so

CodeGym Launches Campaign to Create Success Opportunities for Students

CodeGym, an online platform for learning Java programming language, initiated an innovative educational project. This coding for kids initiative aims to help high school, college and university students learn Java language. As part of the campaign, during the school year 2020/2021, students will receive free access to the CodeGym learning platform. The platform hosts an

Top 12 Coronavirus Videos for Kids

As most of the kids are stuck at home, attending virtual schools, missing birthdays, and not getting to play outside with their friends, it’s a huge bummer for them. Kids are asking more and more questions, and parents are finding it difficult to explain to them the reasoning behind it all. Sometimes, kids also get

Adda247, Indic-AI Create Learning Content for Visually Impaired

India-based edtech firm Adda247 collaborates with tech-driven company Indic-AI to make quality learning content available to differently-abled students. The edtech firm will offer pedagogical content that will be processed by Indic-AI for visually impared students through AI and deep learning. By collaborating with Indic-AI, Adda247 will also address the financial challenges of educational mainstreaming faced

Colorado Receives $44 Mn for Online Learning, School Districts

Colorado (USA) will receive $44 million from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund. The money received by the state will be allotted to schools and higher education institutions, school districts, and Colorado Empowered Learning, the state’s online learning support program. The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund has $30.8 billion allotment in the federal CARES Act. The

PEXA Lite – ‘Exams-from-Home’ Solution Launched

Singapore-based EdTech company Littlemore Innovation Labs, which promotes paperless digital examinations, has launched PEXA Lite – a secure and reliable ‘exams-from-home’ platform to help educational institutes conduct online examinations during the Corona crisis. Due to the pandemic, classroom learning has been suspended and educators are resorting to e-learning methods. Paper-based exams or open-book exams are

Bibliu Raised $10 Million from Nesta Impact Investments

London-based edtech firm BibliU raised $10 million from Nesta Impact Investments in a Series A funding round. Other investors in the round include Guinness Asset Management, Oxford Sciences Innovation, and investors associated with impact investment bank ClearlySo. The latest round of funding was completed on Apr 17, 2020.  With the current funding, the company aims