A curated mix of the latest stories on innovation, technology and education.
Ripple is collaborating with leading universities around the world to support and accelerate academic research, technical development and innovation in blockchain.
The present communication crisis, generated by echo chambers, raise the need for an educational solution to take back our critical thinking and humanity online and offline.
Gregory Fenves, director of the University of Texas in Austin, talks to the Observatory about social mobility and how to make students career ready.
A new study seeks to discover the reasons why people change their profession and position teaching as an opportunity for those looking for a satisfactory and rewarding career change option.
Community College has become the dark horse of the educational crisis, offering more affordable education for people who don’t wish to acquire big debts to secure a career. We explore its pros and cons.
Is it true that Millennials and Generation Z do not believe in job stability? Does job-hopping help professional growth or hurt it? What is causing this practice to become increasingly common?
Students will have the opportunity to attend personal and immersive experiences in one of EGADE's headquarters in Latin America.
Esther Wojcicki, vice chair of the Creative Commons advisory council, talks with the Observatory about the importance of teaching journalism skills.
The strategic use of information given by the students as they use educational programs can be a valuable resource to improve educational standards.
With the recent popularity of the KonMari method, many of her teachings can be applied to the classroom to make it “spark joy.”
Health and economic crisis can be prevented from school; we need to educate people into being more conscious about what they eat, their fiscal responsibilities and how can they help others.
Tecnológico de Monterrey's Observatory of Educational Innovation: We identify and analyze the educational innovation trends that are shaping the future of learning and education.
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