From the NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition One year or less… 1. BYOD — Bring Your Own Device 2. Flipped classroom Two to three years… 3. Makerspaces 4. Wearable technology Four to five years… 5. Adaptive learning technologies 6. The Internet of Things (IoT) Check out the info-graphic below to learn more!
From 3D printing to virtual reality simulations, three-dimensional technology captured the attention of K-12 educators at this year’s ISTE Conference in Philadelphia. As we reflect on another year at the ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference, we recognize the emergence of 3D technology as an essential tool in the classroom. The annual ISTE Conference and Expo introduced
The rapid growth of new technologies has a significant impact on education. Most schools offer (and prioritize) technology curriculum, but today, students are using technology more than ever before. The challenge of this digital revolution is finding new ways to incorporate the ever-changing technologies into meaningful lessons in the classroom. Cyber Science 3D presents three creative ways to
Part Three of our tutorial series features Cyber Anatomy 3D mouse interactions. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with our latest videos and how-tos!
The release of the Jurassic World movie gives us a vision of a world ruled by dinosaurs—but how accurate are filmmakers’ portrayals of these ancient mammals? As more research is conducted and new scientific discoveries are made, the illustrations of dinosaurs evolve. The first complete skeletons In 1878, Belgian scientists made the first remarkable impact on dinosaur
Cyber Anatomy Desktop Basic Tools Tutorial Part 2 Thank you for joining us for our second tutorial for the Cyber Anatomy basic tools! Be sure to stay engaged as we will be releasing more video tutorials for your review.
Cyber Anatomy Desktop Basic Tools Tutorial Part 1 Thank you for joining us for our first tutorial series on the Cyber Anatomy basic tools! Be sure to stay engaged as we start releasing the video tutorials for your review.
Welcome to the new Learning Leader series! Today’s Learning Leader post is looking at Cleveland, TN’s Cleveland High School. Last fall, Cleveland High School had Cyber Anatomy software installed on a touch table for their Anatomy and Biomedical Engineering classes.
Monday, Cyber Science traveled a short distance from Coralville, Iowa to the Kirkwood Iowa City Campus to install Cyber Anatomy 3D onto a MimioBoard and laptops for Kirkwood’s Anatomy & Physiology Lecture and Lab courses.
Donated bodies in high demand Acquiring human bodies for medical research has always been a difficult task. In the past, medical researchers had to resort to digging up bodies from the grave. Today, such drastic measures are not necessary, however, for many reasons cadavers are not the most practical tool for studying anatomy anymore.