21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


NEC Introduces New Laser Phosphor Projectors

Two new models from NEC Display Solutions are some of the smallest 5,000-lumen projectors on the market.

NYU's Steinhardt School To Launch Online Graduate Programs

The unit of New York University will begin its first-ever online degree programs in late 2016 and early 2017.

Xavier U to Launch 3D Printing as a Service

In three months, Xavier University in Ohio expects to open a new business venture that it hopes will be a trailblazer for institutions of higher education.

New Virtual Bookstore at U Wisconsin-Milwaukee to Save Students 60 Percent on Textbook Costs

This fall, students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will save some cash by shopping for textbooks online via the new UWM Virtual Bookstore.

Penn State Launches Certificate in International Human Relations

Pennsylvania State University is launching a new online graduate certificate program designed to help HR professionals understand the laws, policies and best practices related to companies with international employees.

Digital Assessment Tool Analyzes Students' Potential to Thrive in College

Software provider vibeffect has launched vibePrimer, an online questionnaire that analyzes data in four categories — academic, social, life and family and money — to make recommendations for "ideal campus features."

Digital Signage Vendor Launches Implementation Assistance

A digital signage company is now offering educational institutions help in implementing, managing and running their digital signs.

Lehigh U Students Developing Preschool Geometry App

Students at Lehigh University are working on a mobile app designed to help preschool children understand geometry concepts.

Nanodegrees in higher ed

How Nanodegrees Are Disrupting Higher Education

New "micro" online certification programs are changing the educational pathways to success in certain industries.

Tablet Shipments Fall 7 Percent in Second Quarter of 2015 with Apple Leading the Decline

Tablet vendors shipped 44.7 million units in the second quarter of 2015, a 7 percent drop compared to the same period last year when the segment notched 48 million devices sold and a 3.9 percent decline compared to the fist quarter of this year, according to a new report from International Data Corp.