History of Educational Technology

Timeline created by eceyilmazatilla
In History
  • The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) began broadcasting educational radio programs for schools in the 1922.

    The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) began broadcasting educational radio programs for schools in the 1922.
  • The first adult education radio broadcast from the BBC in 1924.

    The first adult education radio broadcast from the BBC in 1924.
  • Television was first used in education in the 1960s, for schools and for general adult education.

    Television was first used in education in the 1960s, for schools and for general adult education.
  • In 1969, British government established the Open University.

    In 1969, British government established the Open University.
  • The use of television for education quickly spread around the world, being seen in the 1970s.

    The use of television for education quickly spread around the world, being seen in the 1970s.
  • Satellite broadcasting started to become available in the 1980s.

    Satellite broadcasting started to become available in the 1980s.
  • India, which had launched its own satellite, INSAT, in 1983, used it initially for delivering locally produced educational television programs throughout the country.

    India, which had launched its own satellite, INSAT, in 1983, used it initially for delivering locally produced educational television programs throughout the country.
  • The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) started making its recorded lectures available to the public, free of charge, via its OpenCourseWare project, in 2002.

    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) started making its recorded lectures available to the public, free of charge, via its OpenCourseWare project, in 2002.
  • YouTube started in 2005.

    YouTube started in 2005.
  • The Khan Academy started using YouTube in 2006 for recorded voice-over lectures using a digital blackboard for equations and illustrations.

    The Khan Academy started using YouTube in 2006 for recorded voice-over lectures using a digital blackboard for equations and illustrations.
  • The references

    https://opentextbc.ca/teachinginadigitalage/chapter/section-8-1-a-short-history-of-educational-technology/
    https://www.bbc.com › timelines
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