History of Educational Technology

Timeline created by berfinmisirli
In History
  • 2,019 BCE

    REFERENCES

    For textual information,
    Unpublished course notes by Ece Z, Topkaya
    wikipedia.org
    For visuals,
    pixabay.com
  • 1,990 BCE

    Internet

    Internet
    The cost of creating and distributing video dropped dramatically due to digital compression and high-speed Internet access
  • 1,990 BCE

    Computer

    Computer
    -Computer based learning by Skinner, in 1994.
    -The WWW was formally launched, in 1991.
    -The first web browser, which is Mosaic, was made available, in 1993.
    -The Web enabled the development of the first learning management systems (MOODLE, Blackboard).
    -Social media such as wikis, blogs, youtube videos etc.
    -E learning (MOOCS, e-learning)
  • 1,985 BCE

    Audio and Video Casting

    Audio and Video Casting
    Over time, new technologies like audio and video casting were introduced.
  • 1,980 BCE

    Satellite Broadcasting

    Satellite Broadcasting
    Television usage for education spread quickly in the 1970s but, after that satellite broadcasting became available.
  • 1,960 BCE

    Television

    Television
    It was first used in schools, and for general adult education.
  • 1,954 BCE

    Teaching Machines

    Teaching Machines
    Skinner started experimenting with teaching machines that made use of programmed learning.
    Skinner's teaching machines were one of the first forms of computer-based learning.
  • 1,920 BCE

    Broadcasting

    Broadcasting
    BBC began broadcasting educational radio programs for schools.
  • 1,800 BCE

    Development in Transport Infrastructure

    Development in Transport Infrastructure
    It led to formal correspondence education. And also, early phases of the internet, textual communication became the main communication.
    -The open universities in London and Turkey
  • 1,700 BCE

    Blackboards/chalkboards

    Blackboards/chalkboards
    It became used in schools
  • 1,400 BCE

    Printing press

    Printing press
    Many more people in government and business were required to become literate and analytical, which led to a rapid expansion of formal education in Europe.
  • 1,100 BCE

    Scrolled Manuscripts

    Scrolled Manuscripts
    Handwritten by monks
  • 1,100 BCE

    Slate boards

    Slate boards
    were in use in India
  • -400 BCE

    Written Documents

    Written Documents
    By the fifth century BCE, existed in ancient Greece