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Teachers Use Technology to Evolve Beyond the Traditional Lecture Model

GUEST COLUMN | by Julie Smith Each day, we send more than 294 billion emails and we make more than 6 billion cell phone calls. We own more than 63 million tablet computers. Clearly, technology is a huge part of … Continue reading

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Learn Now, Lecture Later: A Fundamental Classroom Shift

GUEST COLUMN | by Andy Lausch “Change is the only constant,” the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said in 470 B.C.  This is especially true on college campuses today, where lectures are evolving to capture student interest and keep pace with the … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Learn Now, Lecture Later

The days of a teacher spending every class behind a lectern aren’t behind us yet, but things are changing in America’s high school and college classrooms – and technology is helping support this change. According to CDW-G’s Learn Now, Lecture … Continue reading

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