Power on your Brain

In some way there are similarities between a human being and a mobile device and in particular between an operating system and a human brain. In April 2014 Microsoft ended the support of its famous dinosaur, Windows XP. The reason was that it was outdated and any further attempts to keep the machines healthy would … Continue reading Power on your Brain

NASA Education Apps

When Apple released its first iPad in 2010, forward-looking universities around the world started research studies on how this device could be integrated into learning and teaching. Research initiatives had to find out where an iPad could improve the learning and teaching process in general. Shifts in paradigms The integration of the iPad in the … Continue reading NASA Education Apps

instaGrok

instaGrok by instaGrok Inc., USA, is an educational web-based research engine that lets students or anyone else research any topic in an engaging, visual way. instaGrok finds information on the topic and presents it as an interactive mind map ("grok"), showing key facts, concepts and relationships, videos, images and more. Users can pin their favorite … Continue reading instaGrok