Welcome to the Intel® Learning Series blog. This blog was created to foster discussions about trends, research, and products in the education technology space. The bloggers in this forum will focus on how education can benefit from technology; how true education transformation can occur through the use of the right holistic education technology solutions, as exemplified through our Intel® Learning Series program. We will bring a breadth of viewpoints on this field, both from senior technology evangelists at Intel, like Jeff Galinovsky who has been blogging about these topics at our Technology @ Intel blog, and also outside of Intel at other companies doing amazing things around education.
This blog offers you direct dialogue with Intel’s education experts and they look forward to you joining the conversation.
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