Tools to Advance EdTech
Your source for EdTech tools, courses and applications for decision-makers, implementers, and researchers
EdTech Hub partners with organisations to explore the innovative and ever-evolving world of EdTech tools. Because it’s not just about finding the right tool for the job, but also knowing that context can make or break even the best of tools. We collect examples and methodologies of EdTech tools in theory and in practice, collaborate with subject-area experts, and develop resources to help guide education decision-makers and EdTech creators. Explore our EdTech tool resources, from databases to courses and more.
Tools and Resources
The EdTech Hub is a global non-profit research partnership.
Our goal is to empower the people making decisions about technology in education.
EdTech Tools Database
EdTechTools is a database of educational and skills development tools curated by EdTech Hub in partnership with Generation Unlimited (GenU), UNESCO, and UNESCO-UNEVOC. EdTechTools was designed to help decision-makers at all levels in the global education and training community find resources that facilitate and support remote learning.
The EdData Tools dashboard provides a mapping of technologies through the data life cycle in the Education in Emergencies (EiE) sector, gathered through research and crowdsourcing. This mapping is by no means exhaustive. Use it to supplement other sources as you explore technology insights and examples in order to determine which technologies work best for your context!
EdTech Tools for Teacher Continuous Professional Development
We know there are a lot of EdTech tools out there that can be used for teaching and learning. With so many tools at our fingertips, it can be difficult to know which tools to use, and how to use them in an evidence-based way.
To help, EdTech Hub has created curated lists of teacher professional development (TPD) tools along with evidence-based advice on how to effectively use them. After all, of course, it’s not only which tool you choose, but how you use it that will determine whether it will lead to better teaching and learning.
Tech-Supported Structured Pedagogy Guide
‘Tech-Supported Structured Pedagogy’ is a choose-your-own-adventure guide from EdTech Hub to help you improve the process of classroom instruction.
The material covered in this guide will not only help you learn more about the potential for technology to support structured pedagogy but also how to apply novel ideas to your own work.
Navigate the guide at your own pace and feel free to jump to sections that interest you most. Whether this is your starting point or you are already deep in the world of structured pedagogy, we hope you find this guide useful and thought-provoking.