5 IT thought leaders take the temperature of the biggest tech trends in higher education.
Mersive has announced enhancements to its Solstice product, display software that enables multiple users to connect simultaneously to a shared display using a range of devices and applications over an existing WiFi or Ethernet network.
ProProfs.com has released an enterprise version of its flagship assessment creation tool, Quiz Maker.
Eleven colleges and universities will launch pilot programs of a new learning management system (LMS) designed primarily for mobile devices.
This spring, George Siemens will make the move stateside to the University of Texas-Arlington, where he will base his research on how technology and digital networks influence the knowledge development process within society, and related implications for the future of higher education institutions.
PhatWare has released version 3.0 of PhatPad for iPad, a note-taking and collaboration app featuring upgraded handwriting recognition technology.
A Web company that that matches up college students seeking jobs and internships with potential employers has launched a new social network service specifically for the employers.
Learning Tools Interoperability is helping both IT and faculty turn the learning management system into a more seamless, fluid platform.
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Indiana University is rolling out a new videoconferencing solution across its eight campuses this spring in a move to support its growing distance learning and digital collaboration initiatives.