Two reconfigured classrooms are facilitating student collaboration and providing flexible options for teaching and learning.
More than half, 54 percent, of faculty used digital courseware in the 2013-2014 school year, according to a new survey, "Faculty Perspectives on Courseware," from Tyton Partners.
Two universities are using a student response app to make classes more interactive, without the need for specialized hardware.
The University of California, Irvine has kicked off an "Open Chemistry" project that makes lectures from 16 separate undergraduate and graduate courses freely available online.
Mersive today introduced the Solstice Pod, a wireless media streaming device for video collaboration.
McGraw-Hill Education today announced a new mobile version of its Connect learning platform, optimized for tablets.
Versal and Wolfram Research are joining forces to make it easier for teachers to insert interactive elements into the online courses and other learning experiences they create — without coding.
Even as education spending is expected to inch up two percent this year to reach $67.8 billion worldwide, the way in which school districts, colleges and universities are spending that money is evolving to reflect the growing digital nature of teaching and learning.
Students at the University of Toledo in Ohio now can create online identities that capture their educational experience, thanks to a campuswide e-portfolio rollout.
Edvance360 has partnered with MegaMeeting.com to add collaborative tools to its learning management system.