Bank Street College of Education will launch a fully online fieldwork and advisement pilot for its graduate math education program.
Temple University's Fox School of Business will launch the institution's first massive open online course this September.
i>clicker is bringing its student response system to Android and iOS devices, as well as traditional laptops and desktops.
Access to technology is not enough to eliminate the digital divide, according to a new study from the University of Southern California. Specialized programs that provide low-income households with access to computers and the Internet must also provide ongoing and progressive training to increase participants' computer skills.
Blackboard's CourseSites is wooing additional institutions to its free learning management offering to run their massive open online courses.
MIT is going multi-lingual with an upcoming executive program. The Institute's Sloan School of Management plans to accommodate a set of courses offered in six languages simultaneously using human interpreters and Apple iPads to help with the translations.
A San Francisco, CA-based startup has unveiled a beta version of its free Web-based course-creation publishing platform.
Moodle HQ has released minor updates to the open source learning management system Moodle. The latest updates (available for the 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, and 2.5 branches) fix security flaws and bugs and also include minor functionality enhancements.
High-tech, interactive "sandbox" classrooms don't have to cost big bucks.
The launch of an accredited MOOC degree by a major university may be risky, but it almost certainly changes the landscape of higher education for good.