October 21, 2014

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5 Digital Learning Platforms That Will Change Education As We Know It

Here at Limitless Good we focus a great deal on how we can all Do Good and make a positive difference in the world.   While we might debate which charities and causes could use the most support, I think we can all agree that anything that improves education is beneficial to everyone, regardless of your political party or philosophy.  I have yet to come across anyone who is against providing a better education to children...and adults!

How Technology Is Changing Education

Cause Artist has an excellent piece today on 5 Digital Learning Platforms That Will Change Education As We Know It.  There has been an explosion in technology over the past 20 years and yet for the most part we are all learning in the same way we did 100 years ago.

The Cause Artist piece provides an interesting look at 5 technologies that approach learning from a very different perspective.   Companies like Cerego are providing a whole new way to learn and memorize, that would not have been possible even 10 years ago.  Acrobatiq is empowering educators to improve learning outcomes, based on 10 plus years of research at Carnegie Mellon.  The times are a changing...and changing for the better.

Doing Good Starts With Learning More

Us humans are a curious bunch and we tend to crave information.  The more we learn, the more Good we can do.  It is for this reason we love the idea of using technology to enhance and expand education!

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Dan Nessel
Dan Nessel