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Augmented Reality Twitter Chat

May 01, 2019


Conversations on Use of Immersive Technology in the Classroom

#ARVRinEDU Twitter chat, which occurs every Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. (CT), discusses the latest tools and connects with innovators who can provide support and encouragement to educators starting to use immersive technology in their classrooms.

App to Encourage Conversation

May 01, 2019


Thoughtful Discussion on Best Approaches to Achieve Learning

Kialo is an easy-to-use tool to engage in thoughtful discussion, understand different points of view, and help with collaborative decision-making in areas such as science, technology, and education. With Kialo, users can take on issues big or small, build consensus on a topic, and explore every aspect of a discussion.

communication app

Apr 01, 2019


Platform Connecting Refugees and Students in Conversations

NaTakallam (Arabic for “we speak”) connects displaced persons with learners all over the world who want to practice their language skills or find out more about a different culture, and then compensates them for their work. NaTakallam was founded in 2015 when a Lebanese American graduate student at Columbia University was struggling to find someone with whom she could practice her conversational Arabic.

New App Augmented Reality AR

Apr 01, 2019


Community-Driven News Platform

The Quartz app delivers the news as a text- and emoji-filled chat. Headlines from Quartz and other publications are displayed one at a time as text bubbles.

Mar 01, 2019


Online Course Focusing on News Literacy Skills

Founded in 2008, the News Literacy Project (NLP) helps students and teachers discern fact from fiction in the digital age. In May 2016, the project launched Checkology, an online interactive course that helps students understand and appreciate the role of the press, introduces them to different types of news—from entertainment to opinion to branded content—and teaches them the critical thinking skills they’ll need to spot misinformation.


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