Digital Media


Berkeley College Adopts Courseload To Provide Digital Course Materials

Berkeley College has selected Courseload, Inc. to provide digital material for the college’s online academic program.

Adobe Offers Elements 10 Bundle

Adobe is now bundling Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, the most-recent versions of its photo-editing and video-editing software, for users of both Windows and Mac OS X.

Adobe Intros iPad App Creator for InDesign

Adobe has debuted a new tool designed to allow InDesign users to build apps for iOS devices from their interactive books, brochures, and other publications created with InDesign CS5.5.

The Eye of the Storm

Consumer IT and student expectations are bearing down on higher ed, whether it’s ready or not.

Will the Real Digital Native Please Stand Up?

A decade after the term 'digital native' was first popularized, educators examine what the term means today--if anything.

Trivantis Adds PowerPoint-to-Flash Conversion

Trivantis has released a new version of its presentation software, Snap! by Lectora, which allows users to convert content from PowerPoint to Flash.

Telestream Adds Timeline Enhancements Video Annotations with ScreenFlow 3.0

Telestream has released a new version of its screencasting software for the Mac, ScreenFlow 3.0.

Telestream Adds Timeline Enhancements Video Annotations with ScreenFlow 3.0

Telestream has released a new version of its screencasting software for the Mac, ScreenFlow 3.0.

'Narrate, Curate, Share': How Blogging Can Catalyze Learning

The framework for a new program-wide blogging initiative at Virginia Tech's Honors Residential College encourages students to "narrate, curate, share" their stories of learning. This fall, the College will integrate blogging into its traditional program as a means to foster self-aware learners and promote digital citizenship.

Copenhagen B-School Deploys Open Source Video Software

Copenhagen Business School has implemented an open source video application to manage its visual media, including an institutional type of "YouTube," named Cast@CBS, where faculty and staff can upload public videos.