Texas Christian University has partnered with a mobile advertising platform provider in an effort to support various campus activities and initiatives.
This fall, students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will save some cash by shopping for textbooks online via the new UWM Virtual Bookstore.
The Open Textbook Network will hold a first Summer Institute at the University of Minnesota to encourage faculty to use open textbooks in their courses.
Recently, Unizin acquired Courseload to add employees and technology to its university-funded efforts to build the tools for managing all aspects of digital teaching and learning.
WebAssign, a company that provides online instructional tools, has released My Class Insights, a new analytics tool for students.
At the American Public University System, a successful project to update a traditional, peer-reviewed scholarly journal with rich media and interactive elements has inspired a new initiative: APUS is building out state-of-the-art course applications to accompany its traditional LMS-based courses.
An application that lays additional class collaboration functionality on top of Google Apps for Education has added mobility features to its iOS version and hinted at an Android edition.
Lone Star College's Tomball campus has added technology from TEKVOX that allows small student groups to work together and share their computer screens.
Smart Sparrow has launched an instructional design platform that allows faculty to create their own adaptive courseware.
The University of California-Berkeley's Geography Program is rolling out Cranium Cafe, real-time student services software that offers students a way to meet virtually with advisers, instructors and tech support.