Gen Z strongly favors learning through YouTube and video, report says
As digital natives, Generation Z diverges strongly from millennials, their older counterparts, according to new research from Pearson.
How artificial intelligence is helping Pearson refocus assessment technology
The company's new head of AI and personalized learning sees an opportunity to create enhanced ways of evaluating students' work.
Higher ed must get smarter about its relationship to workforce, report says
Colleges should adjust teaching methods to better align with future workplace skills, according to a report from Pearson and the nonprofit JFF.
Edtech and industry leaders say they’re stuck if they can’t scale
Attendees and speakers at ASU+GSV continued to ask this question: If we’re finally at a place where technology is working, how do we scale it so it reaches everyone?
Automation will change jobs, not eliminate them, study finds
A study by Pearson and a U.K. nonprofit finds education must change to help students prepare for the future workforce.
Digital technology helps California district improve assessment for English language learners
Commentary: New tools can provide educators with immediate feedback on students' English-language capabilities, which is critical.
College textbooks aren't just moving online — they're becoming personalized and interactive
A new college textbook from Pearson uses IBM Watson technology to act less like a book and more like a news feed.
IBM deal expands Watson’s behind-the-scenes presence in higher education
IBM’s newest partnership, with Pearson, signals how cognitive learning is advancing the art and science of learning in the classroom and online.
Pearson teams with Microsoft to pilot virtual training content
Pearson is working with Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and San Diego State University to develop training content for nursing students using Microsoft's HoloLens device.