Called CivilizationEDU, the classroom version will allow teachers to follow their students' progress.
It's pretty, but only if you practice all the time...which no one does.
As young women growing up in Silicon Valley, my classmates and I never struggled with discrimination. Our privileged upbringing shielded us from inequality.
As medical schools seek to expand their reach and capture the attentions of smartphone-prone students, class is getting increasingly virtual
In the battle for funding and the need for standardized tests, the drive to educate gets pushed by the wayside.
Won't somebody think of the teens?
The idea is pretty genius in its simplicity: Students develop writing skills while Wikipedia gets a booster shot of academic knowledge.
The Games for Peace project uses online multiplayer games to break down cultural prejudice.
Aldiko also offers quick downloads of thousands of books in the public domain.
If unfurling a dummy digital condom could prevent even a few sexual mishaps, could VR be the answer to poor sex education we’ve been looking for?