The vast majority of undergraduate and graduate students believe tablets will transform the future of higher education, but most still rely on laptops and smartphones for school work, according to a new study conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Pearson.
The Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College is now using design software as part of its undergraduate core curriculum, as well as for graduate and doctoral research.
Cengage Learning has partnered with Flashnote.com to integrate the latter's online marketplace with MindTap.
NEC Display Solutions of America has rolled out three new projectors capable of creating a 4K-resolution image.
A first-ever scavenger hunt using smartphones and QR codes helps new students learn about the USC campus.
New teachers being trained at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education will be evaluated this year with new learning assessment software.
The University of California Office of the President has granted A-G approval for 34 Edgenuity online courses.
Technology issues that challenge large corporations will be the focus of a new online graduate-level course offered by NYU's engineering school.
The "Global Master's in Development Practice" is hosting a two-term online course on "Climate Change Science and Negotiations," starting in October 2014. That class will be part of the core requirements for the master's program and, simultaneously, offered as a massive open online course.
Global sales of phablets, smartphones with screens between 5.5 and 7 inches, will top sales of portable PCs in 2014 and surpass sales of tablets in the next year, according to a new forecast from market research company International Data Corp.