Alice Bonasio

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Alice Bonasio is a writer and communications consultant who has worked in the creative industries, technology and publishing sectors for over a decade. She has written extensively on gaming, social media, popular culture, science, education technology, feminism, and Virtual Reality. Her work has been published in Wired, FastCo, The Next Web, Newsweek, and The Huffington Post, among others.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Alice Bonasio and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

How technology is helping education reach refugee children

Making us all into makers

Making us all into makers

Technology startups have been exploring in order to address the increasingly pressing issue of the widening digital skills gap. One company works with schools to get pupils to build their own fully functional classroom laptops,...

Augmented education isn’t just for children

Augmented education isn’t just for children

No shortage of great content is emerging in the augmented reality (AR) space aimed at children yet the way in which the technology engages and enhances the learning process is not something that we grow out of. Visual, interactive and...

Making holograms in the classroom a reality

Making holograms in the classroom a reality

HoloStudy is looking to revolutionize education by bringing mixed reality lessons to the masses, using realistic, interactive holograms to teach subjects such as biology, chemistry and physics.

Imagining the future of EdTech

Imagining the future of EdTech

Technology is enabling the creation of open learning environments that will eventually replace the idea of a traditional classroom, and this will be significantly enhanced as Virtual and Augmented Reality become more pervasive....

Using technology to educate our minds

Using technology to educate our minds

Education technology is not something that is restricted to the classroom, and there are many companies blending science and design to create compelling products to train, calm, expand and enlighten our minds. Meet some of them.

How can we plug the widening digital skills gap?

How can we plug the widening digital skills gap?

Technological change has outpaced training in vital skills such as coding and this problem is gradually getting worse, threatening the competitiveness not only of individual companies, but of entire economies. What can governments,...

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