Monday, December 28, 2015

A Periodic Table of Education Technology

The writers at DailyGenius, an online chronicler of educational technology news, have created a fantastic graphic that summarizes the EdTech products and events that they think are most valuable to teachers.
periodic table of education technology
The graphic is in the form of the periodic table of the elements.  Just like the real elements table, this graphic divides the best EdTech into color-coded categories like social networks, online learning, and hardware.  They also use abbreviations just like the elements table, so Twitter is coded Tw, Dropbox is Db, and ISTE is Is.

Clicking on the graphic opens it into a pdf format for easy printing.

Kudos on the cleverness of the design.  A suggestion for the future would be to make the graphic interactive, so that by hovering over and then clicking on a box would open a new window for that tool.

They say that they'll be updating the graphic several times a year.  That's good to hear.  You can follow DailyGenius @DailyGenius.

2 comments:

Emma White said...
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Emma White said...

Digital technologies are no doubt very important aspect in everyone’s education. Digitals open up many opportunities particularly because they give us access to Internet. Now Internet holds a lot of things, tools and services to help us handle our studies easier. For instance, you can request for original custom assignments 24/7 and easily solve an issue how to write a good paper and leave your teacher satisfied. Applying process is very easy and you don’t even have to do anything by yourself! You just have to wait. That’s what I love about new technologies.