If you think the “information technology” transformation in schools and workplaces is new to the 21st century, you might want to look back thousands of years. Using technology to learn, play, and develop skills is a continuation of our quest to survive and adapt. About 77,000 years ago, we used baboon bone and ochre plaques. Today, we use tablets, smartphones, and video games. The Digital Initiatives in STEM Education Infographic explores ways educational technology was used for learning throughout the centuries comparing the past and the present .