What the U.S. is doing right when it comes to STEM education
Despite criticism, the U.S. is still an engine of economic innovation because of its approach to STEM education.
District Administration | May 2022
On Balance Podcast with Christina Perdikoulias
In this episode of On Balance, Dr. Rod Berger sat down with Christina Perdikoulias, president of Digital Ed, to discuss the immediate need DigitalEd is meeting as well as how educators can bridge gaps in STEM education.
On Balance with Dr. Rod Berger | May 2022
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology: Adapting and Improving for STEM
Like most educators, we came to the stark realization over the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic that the way you build and teach your course in a live, in-person course isn’t as simple as just taking that content and moving it online when forced to go digital. Our educators needed a more intuitive way to teach complex STEM subjects and a platform that would give even our most reluctant professors confidence in teaching online.
Getting Smart | May 2022
5 Ways K-12 Educators Can Empower Girls to Consider STEM
When girls with the natural aptitude and promising academic achievements are not encouraged to explore STEM careers, we miss out on the potential contributions and ideas they could bring to those fields.
T|H|E Journal | May 2022
EduTech Podcast with Jim Cooper, CEO and Founder, DigitalEd
A podcast showcasing Jim Coope discussing DigitalEd and the ability to meet the needs of online STEM education and research, the state of education, and the future of online learning.
EduTechGuys | May 2022
Antiquated Online Learning Failed Covid's Test
Digital tools and online learning can be more than just a substitute for in-person instruction. Improving online learning experiences in STEM courses should be prioritized so that students have the support they need to reach their full potential in these fields. The pandemic forced educators to innovate and teach in new ways.
eCampus | April 2022
HYBRID LEARNING AND THE FUTURE OF STEM EDUCATION
Educators are finding innovative ways of recreating the lab experience remotely and designing skills-based curricula that prepare students for the workplace [...]
Times Higher Education | July 2021
SHAPING THE WORLD THROUGH DIGITAL LEARNING
When the education world shifted online due to the global pandemic, DigitalEd was ahead of the curve. “We provide an environment that enables students to learn what they need, when they need it, wherever they are,” says Louise Krmpotic Vice President of Enterprise Services, DigitalEd.
Math e-Ties | Spring 2021
FUTURE-PROOFING STEM COURSES TO CREATE WORLD-CLASS DIGITAL TEACHING AND LEARNING
STEM subjects traditionally rely on in-person teaching, but UK universities implemented significant changes to this model in the face of the pandemic. [...]
Times Higher Education - UK | December 2020
ROUNDTABLE: THINGS TO COME IN '21
It’s been a transformative year for the world at large – nowhere more so than for the education sector. How will COVID, distance learning, emerging technologies and the pressing need for digital upskilling continue to define the sector in 2021? Steve Wright asks the experts.
Education Technology | November 2020
OVERCOMING CLASSROOM DISRUPTIONS
The University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics has introduced a new course designed to help secondary school students whose education was interrupted abruptly by COVID-19 sharpen their mathematical skills ahead of commencing their post-secondary education.
University of Waterloo | September 2020
UW MATH COURSE FOR KIDS GETS 10 MILLION PAGE VIEWS
Online math lessons for kids and teens developed by the University of Waterloo, using the Möbius platform, saw a 200 percent uptake in student engagement this past school year, especially during the early months of the pandemic. The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) website says it had more than 10 million page views, with almost a third of those taking place throughout the month of April.
CBC | August 2020
INTERACTIVE LEARNING AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT
Interactive learning activities and student engagement are key to successful learning experiences. Burcu Karabina and Amanda Garcia integrated these components when developing MATH 237 [...]
Center for Teaching Excellence | July 2020
INCREASING STUDENT ACCESS AND FLEXIBILITY IN MATHEMATICS USING THE MÖBIUS PLATFORM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
Dr. Steven Furino, Assistant Dean for Online Studies in the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo wanted to provide students with access to flexible and engaging courses, resources and opportunities to practice mathematics online.To achieve this goal, the University of Waterloo partnered with DigitalEd, a local software company, to develop a new content authoring and deployment tool for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects called Möbius...
Teachonline.ca | March 2020
DIGITALED: ENHANCING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE WITH INDIVIDUALIZED MATERIAL
The popularity of digital education has never been more pronounced, with the demand for high-quality competencies and skills at its peak. However, we are still far from unleashing the full potential of this mode of learning. [...]
CIO Review | February 2019
HOW TO BUILD AN ONLINE LEARNING PROGRAM STUDENTS CRAVE AND EMPLOYERS WANT
One of the great challenges for any educator is how do you teach and test students on real world problems, not just on theoretical textbook examples? [...]
edsurge.com | November 2018
DigitalEd FOR DIGITAL EDUCATION
As education continues to evolve to meet the needs of a fast-paced world, digital education and the associated assets are transitioning from luxury to necessity. Modern digital tools are able to deliver education that rivals classroom education in quality, while improving accessibility and efficiency. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses present more of a challenge due to the complexity of materials, [...]
The Tech Edvocate | Oct 2018
MAPLESOFT SPINOFF TACKLING $1 BILLION ONLINE EDUCATION MARKET
There is a new player in the growing market for online education, and it has hundreds of customers around the world just months after it launched. [...]
The Record | July 2018
EFFECTIVE USE OF MATH E-LEARNING WITH QUESTIONS SPECIFICATION
MATH ON WEB, STACK, and Maple T.A. are the prominent mathematics e-learning systems used in Japan. They can assess answers containing mathematical content freely written by students as opposed to only answers to multiple-choice questions. However, there are two major challenges while using these systems: [...]
The Springer Link | July 2018
MAPLESOFT SPINOFF DigitalEd MARKS ITS INAUGURATION WITH UPDATES TO FULL PRODUCT SUITE
DigitalEd, the Maplesoft spin-off company formed to bring enhanced focus to online education for science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects, has begun operations as a separate corporation. As its first official act of business, DigitalEd announced a new release of its Möbius platform for online education, including [...]
Communitech News | July 2018
DigitalEd Announces Growth Investment from PSG
Investment aims to support product innovation, user experience and go-to-market acceleration [...]
August 3rd, 2021
DigitalEd Extends Access To Quality Online STEM Education With Founder Purvar
DigitalEd announces a new partnership to provide greater access in Japan and China to Möbius, the most innovative online platform for STEM. [...]
October 21st, 2020
DigitalEd SECURES $7 MILLION IN BRIDGE FINANCING
Round Will Further Drive Company's Vision of Empowering Educators and Students Through Technology [...]
March 9th, 2019