This is how two hot concepts in higher education can be blended to beat the status quo and get educators and students on the same page with digital literacy.
Academic researchers can now see who is accessing their research and how it is being referenced.
Business students act as consultants, evaluating platforms and providing recommendations to their school's administration.
A consortium of community colleges in Arizona has decided to expand deployment of a new learning management system to eight more of its schools in the fall semester, following the implementation at one of its colleges.
The latest version of Kno's education app includes Android support for Android as well as advanced collaboration and search functions.
IU's two-year pilot program will explore two new technologies that aim to drive learning and engagement.
Librarians and library students can now connect with each other and access free career and education resources through a new social network designed for the library sciences.
An online quizzing tool is helping students at Salem State University's School of Nursing prepare for tests and improve comprehension of course materials.
To better answer questions from prospective and current students, Thomas Edison State College has linked its FAQ knowledgebase to its Facebook page.
Schools are spending less on traditional media for their recruitment initiatives choosing instead to divert—and increase—those dollars to social media efforts, according to a new study from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.