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5 Educational Phone Games for Schoolers

Experts advise parents to reduce screen time for their children until they realize that their future might be more technology than anything else. Developers, on their part, are providing more products for kids at a younger age. Games on ordinary gadgets like phones, tablets, and smart devices are offering schoolers a chance to interact with technology early. The role of games in the lives of schoolers has also changed. While they were previously used for entertainment, education stakeholders are recommending them to help kids to study different concepts and revise other topics studied in class.

How Xray revolutionized EdTech for the largest University in Germany

“The way I do work is to lead by a good example, and that’s why I’m trying to set up Xray as an example for test management and reporting.” Sharon Lundgren, Manager IT Quality at IU About the Company IU (International University) is the largest university in Germany. One of Europe's most cutting-edge educational institutions, IU has over 10,000 practice partners, over 1,000 lecturers, and about 480 professors.

Top 5 Laptops For Students From Low-Income Families

With a shift towards learning from home since the pandemic hit, many students have been forced to own a computer device. Classes are now being split between in-person and online lectures, and students must participate. However, not every student can afford to buy expensive laptops. For most students, the only reliable computer device they use is the one from the school's library.

The Complete Guide to Student Data Privacy

Are you handling students' education records or personally identifiable information (PII)? If so, it's crucial that you're familiar with what student privacy laws such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) have to say. In this article, we'll go over what educators and administrators need to know about FERPA and student data privacy.


Redivis makes research data accessible, experiences collaborative with BigQuery

Understanding the data we collect is essential—it allows us to identify trends and uncover answers about our world. However, stories in our data frequently go untold. Large datasets are hard to share between research communities due to their size, security restraints, and complexity. Even if these datasets are accessible to users, the tools needed to query them often require deep technical knowledge.