Traditionally adversarial, today's law school environment is moving toward more collaboration and group problem-solving -- with a little help from technology.
Two universities will either adopt or stick with Blackboard following multi-year evaluations of their learning management system platforms.
Harrison College has teamed up with a private partner to make its KnowU learning environment available to other career schools and higher education institutions.
Four major universities have banded together to create an infrastructure for digital learning. The work of the Unizin consortium, as it's called, will be managed under the auspices of Internet2 and will have three goals to start.
From an instructor's perspective, there is a great deal of thought that goes into the creation of a new course in Moodle — everything from the template and color scheme to the best way to relay contact information. One of the most important considerations, however, might also be one of the most overlooked: How do you greet the students?
Videoconferencing technology is allowing three institutions to pool instructional resources and make specialized courses available to more students
Clemson University in South Carolina has developed a Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) for real-time monitoring of online blog posts, tweets, status updates and other public social media communications. Students in the university's Creative Inquiry class use the SMLC for research projects, as do students in management, communications and other classes.
Ed tech training provider Atomic Learning has bumped up its IMS Global Learning Consortium Learning Tools Interoperability certification from v1.0 to v1.1 compliance.
Students expect universities to be more accessible, flexible and focused on jobs, according to a new survey commissioned by Laureate International Universities and compiled by Zogby Analytics.
Blackboard Learn has added professional profiles for students in an effort to help connect them with job and internship opportunities.