Students and professors at the University of San Diego have a new way to share photographs, videos, interactive conversations and comments in real time.
As administrators shift priorities away from the mission of education, the role of faculty-as-teacher is diminishing, and the consequences for the profession look to be getting rapidly more severe.
The D.C. university has added more than 1,000 online students to graduate programs in the last five years.
A professor with a popular Udemy-hosted MOOC is trying out his astronomy course on Coursera next, with the hope of increasing completion rates. It'll be the first massive open online course offering on that platform from the University of Arizona.
A small private college and a major research university, both in Iowa, have received a four-year, $1.6 million grant to explore digital liberal arts.
Extron has introduced five new Ethernet controllers with enhanced security.
The Global Oneness Project, a curator of multicultural studies, has launched a multimedia initiative for K-12 and higher education that combines free digital stories and lesson plans.
The number of higher education students taking at least one online course in 2014 is up 3.7 percent over the previous year — the slowest rate of increase in over a decade, according to a new survey from the Babson Survey Research Group.
The University of Bristol has deployed a new video creation and management platform in an effort to improve integration with its learning management system and ease faculty use.
VideoCentric, a video communications integrator, has launched VideoCloud 365, a new cloud-based videoconferencing service based on the Pexip Infinity virtualized meeting platform.