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U Georgia Nears $2 million Mark in OER Savings
The University of Georgia estimated that it has saved students $2 million through the adoption of open educational resources since 2013.
Cengage, Cyber Science 3D Partner On Science Resources
Cyber Science 3D and Cengage Learning will join forces to produce educational science products for K-12 and higher ed schools and libraries.
Partnership of CollegeNET, Switchboard Aims To Strengthen Alumni Engagement
The partnership between the technology provider and online engagement platform will help the former’s customer institutions create stronger ties with their alumni.
Colorado State U Launches Online Teacher Licensure in Math, Science
Colorado State University-Global Campus will launch new online teacher licensure programs in science and math this spring.
Study: Millennials Spend More Than 3 Hours a Day on Mobile Phones
The average U.S. millennial (aged 16-30) with Internet access spends 3.1 hours a day on a mobile phone — totaling 21.7 hours a week or 1,128 hours (47 days) a year, according to a new study from global research consultancy TNS.
New Collaboration System Gives Multiple Students Access to Shared Display
The Nureva Span system lets students create content on their devices and then move it to a larger digital display board.
University of Warsaw Selects New HPC Cluster
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling at the University of Warsaw in Poland has selected a high-performance computing cluster for its new data center facility.
Teacher Prep Gets $34.7 Million in Gates Funding
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has committed grants of $34.7 million over three years to help set up five teacher preparation transformation centers around the country that will bring together people from universities, teacher-preparation providers and K-12 school systems to share data, knowledge and best practices.
WebAssign Adds 7 New Math Texts
WebAssign, a provider of online instructional tools, has released seven new mathematics titles to the library of textbooks it supports.
Promethean Launches Latest Iteration of ClassFlow
New ClassFlow Connect device allows nearly complete integration of all devices and digital displays in a single classroom.
MIT, Northeastern U Receive NASA Robots for Mars Mission Research
NASA has awarded prototypes of its R5 humanoid robot to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, and Northeastern University in Boston, MA, for advanced research and development work.
How to Create a Makerspace
"Making" experts share the basics of building spaces for collaboration, innovation and hands-on learning.
UC Berkeley Researchers Win Augmented Reality Grant
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley have won a $100,000 grant to continue their work using augmented reality to make it easier for people to control autonomous aerial vehicles commonly known as "drones."
Academic Partnerships Awards Grants for Distance Ed Research
Academic Partnerships has selected 16 faculty members from five universities as the recipients of its latest round of Academic Research Grants.
ProQuest SIPX Adds Features for Easier Creation and Sharing of Digital Course Materials
ProQuest has launched new capabilities in its SIPX digital course materials products designed to make it easier for faculty to create and share digital content.
American Council on Ed Offers Alternative Credits for Non-Traditional Students
The American Council on Education has selected several non-accredited education providers to offer courses for its Alternative Credit Project, an initiative designed to help nontraditional students earn college degrees.
Udacity and Google Unveil Co-Developed Nanodegree
For-profit online education provider Udacity and Google today unveiled a new micro-credential program, the Senior Web Developer Nanodegree.
Embry Riddle Turns to Crowdfunding to Help Finance Student Projects
In conjunction with National Philanthropy Day, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has launched a crowdfunding Web site.
Building for a Generation We'll Never See: Technology Change is Not Deja Vu
Our institutional missions can be extended into the future and supported by the same vision and community values that originated them. But technology change, often spurred on by external markets, may come in waves of extreme and dramatic change.
Rochester Institute of Tech To Blend Tech and Liberal Arts in New Major
A new bachelor's degree at Rochester Institute of Technology expects to combine technical courses and liberal arts subjects.
Pathways Project Helps CCs Build Guided Academic, Career Pathways
A mix of community colleges in 17 states are participating in a new national project to help them create academic and career pathways at a scale to meet the needs of all of their students.
Wikipedia Edits Now Get Student Paper-Style Plagiarism Check
The most cited source in secondary and higher education student papers is now getting the same kind of plagiarism check those student papers also often get.
N2N Services, Modo Labs Partner on Mobile Tech for Higher Ed
N2N Services, a provider of higher education system integration, and Modo Labs, a mobile engagement and campus platform, are partnering in an effort to help universities integrate disparate systems and make them available through a mobile app.
Northern Virginia Community College Shares OER Degree Programs
Through a partnership with open courseware provider Lumen Learning, Northern Virginia Community College's Extended Learning Institute is publishing 24 online college courses designed with 100 percent open educational resources.
Moodle Intros Quiz, Forum and Assignment Enhancements
Moodle today launched version 3.0 of its open source learning platform, which introduces enhancements to the quiz, forum and assignment modules as well as functionality improvements for user, instructor and administration control.
Survey: Not Enough Training, Instructional Support for Online Adjunct Faculty
Colleges and universities are increasingly relying on adjuncts and part-time faculty members to teach their online courses. A quarter of schools have increased the use of online adjunct instructors by five percent or more; 31 percent have increased their use by up to five percent. Yet often, these instructors don't receive training on how to teach online; the schools lack formal policies for faculty expectations; and faculty are expected to create their own online courses with or without institutional help.
TACC Makes Microsoft Project Catapult Servers Available to Academic Researchers
The Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin is offering researchers the opportunity to access Microsoft's Project Catapult clusters for science and engineering research projects.
Brown U Computer Science Undergrads Create Digital Museum Exhibits
Undergraduate computer science students at Brown University have created two interactive digital museum experiences for a traveling exhibition, The Nobel Prize — Ideas Changing the World, about the history of the Nobel Prize.
5 Indiana STEM Programs Share $105,000 in Grants
Five educational institutions in Indiana are recipients of grants of $15,000 to $30,000 each intended to improve student interest and engagement in science, technology, engineering and math.
U Buffalo Students Take Top Spot in Cyber Penetration Testing Contest
A team of cybersecurity students from the University of Buffalo took first place in a competition that offered a new approach to testing their skills.
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