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Originally Held: December 1, 2016

Since Google began in January 1996 as a research project by two students at Stanford, the company has changed the way information is curated, discovered, and analyzed. Quickly expanding the range of online services, Google continues to pave the way for advancing content production, sharing, and collaboration.

In this COIL Conversation, we explore the trends and forces of the networked… Read more »

In this video, COIL Co-Director Larry Ragan interviews Prof. Donald Clark, CEO Wildfire.

Perspectives is a video interview series developed by the Center for Online Innovation in Learning at Penn State University exploring emerging trends and forces in higher education with thought leaders from the world of online innovations.

Throughout this series, we ask leading thinkers a set of three questions… Read more »

Originally Held: November 10, 2016

Artificial intelligence (AI) is now the most potent force in IT and will shape learning technology, allowing us to escape from the 30 year paradigm of flat, linear e-learning. During this COIL Fischer Speaker Series presentation, Professor Donald Clark debunks some myths about AI and provide real examples of AI used now in content creation, feedback, assessment… Read more »

At Penn State, researchers are offering prototype versions of immersive Virtual Reality (iVR) lessons in three courses this fall and spring to engage students in the advantages and promises that such learning offers.

A multi-disciplinary research team, led by Alexander Klippel, associate professor of geography, and including members from the departments of Geography and Geosciences, the Stuckeman… Read more »

The Penn State EdTech Network and the Center for Online Innovation in Learning will welcome nearly 600 student hackers to University Park for HackPSU. The 24-hour hackathon and kick-off event for Global Entrepreneurship Week at Penn State will be held Nov. 12-13 in the Business Building. The event is free and open to all undergraduate students… Read more »