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The Computer Information Systems department at Bentley University (MA) transformed an old computer lab into a collaborative learning space known as the CIS Learning and Technology Sandbox. Matt Somma, a senior at Bentley and tutor in the Sandbox, explains the rationale behind the transformation.
At the Tennessee Board of Regents, examining and disseminating mobile apps have become a new discipline.
Microsoft is launching a new service that lets students crowdsource funding for their next computer for school. As part of the offering, Microsoft is chipping in on the price and providing students with free software.
The Said Business School at the University of Oxford has launched an online community for students, faculty, and alumni called Global Threats and Opportunities: Oxford, connecting the business school with researchers and faculty across the university to examine one global issue per year.
ConnectEdu will integrate CoursEval, its online course evaluation software with, Canvas, Instructure's open, cloud-based learning management system.
Blackboard has collaborated with Vital Source Technologies to launch a pilot program to test e-textbook integration with its Blackboard Learn learning management system.
Adobe has released Connect Mobile 2.1, an update to the conferencing and collaboration tool for iOS and Android.
One of Twitter's most prolific CIO users shares his tips for getting the most out of the platform. Plus, 8 other tweeting CIOs weigh in.
Moodle HQ has released Moodle 2.5, a major update to the widely distributed open source learning management system.