In just a few decades, the computer has been invented, developed, and mastered by human beings, now being able to complete extremely complex tasks, connect people around the world, and even think for itself. This article discusses the evolutionary timeline of the computer from the mid 1900s to today.
Many modern careers are being altered and replaced through advancements in technology, but several fields may still be in high demand in the years to come.
Mom entrepreneurs, commonly referred to as “mompreneurs,” are a perfect example of perseverance and resiliency as they manage to balance their family life and their businesses.
Technology facilitates so much in our lives, and the modern classroom is becoming increasingly technological. This article explores the evolution of the blackboard, and how it has made its way to the Interactive Whiteboard (IWB), commonly known as the SMART board.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has highlighted a number of issues regarding the availability and affordability of broadband internet connection within a number of communities in Canada. Public libraries play a crucial role in bridging the societal gap known as the digital divide.
The pandemic has not shown us that in-person learning is ideal; instead it has demonstrated that our education system is unable to adapt.
Free and Open Source Software can play a useful role in education. Although FOSS isn’t always free of charge, it is much more affordable in the long-run for schools, as licensing fees drive up the cost of proprietary software significantly. FOSS can be bought, then copies of the software can be perpetually distributed without any additional costs and easily installed on every computer in a school.
BBK Network is an online learning platform offering virtual classes and programs that develop foundational soft skills in kids aged 7-13. BBK Network is a benefit corporation social enterprise.