4 Ways xAPI Can Be Implemented in Online Training

Do you know about the latest eLearning standard, xAPI? How can you use xAPI in online training? Here are 4 ways you can implement xAPI […] The post 4 Ways xAPI Can Be Implemented in Online Training appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by...

TCEA’s Elementary Technology Conference

As you know, TCEA offers numerous benefits to members (highlighted in my last blog post) to make every education professional’s edtech journey an efficient and […] The post TCEA’s Elementary Technology Conference appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by...

NVIDIA’s Ray Tracing Tech Will Soon Run On Older GTX Cards

NVIDIA’s older GeForce GTX 10-series cards will be getting the company’s new ray-tracing tech in April. The technology, which is currently only available on its new RTX cards, “will work on GPUs from the 1060 and up, albeit with some serious...

Designing an Effective IT Service – ITIL® v3 approach | Simplilearn

The benefits of applying IT Service Management practices vary depending on the organization’s needs, size, complexity, scale etc, and these benefits can be realized upon […] The post Designing an Effective IT Service – ITIL® v3 approach | Simplilearn appeared first on...

Google Seeking To Promote Rivals To Stave Off EU Antitrust Action

Google is trying to boost price comparison rivals such as Kelkoo in an effort to appease European Union antitrust regulators and ward off fresh fines following a $2.7 billion penalty nearly two years ago. “The European Commission said Alphabet unit Google had...

House Democrats Plan April Vote On Net Neutrality Bill

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced that the House will hold a vote next month on the Democrats’ bill to reinstate the Obama-era net neutrality rules. “Hoyer said in a letter to colleagues that the House will consider the Save the Internet Act...

Skills WANTED

How often have you thought about your boss in this way – “How did they get the ability to manage, people?”  OR “As a leader, they stink.” – Oh, if you are the boss, just know some folks think you can’t lead, your welcome. Anyway,  the fact of the matter is there is...

US Reveals Details of $500 Million Supercomputer

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: The Department of Energy disclosed details on Monday of one of the most expensive computers being built: a $500 million machine based on Intel and Cray technology that may become crucial in a high-stakes...