Digital Media


DeVry Deploys Equella for Content Development

DeVry, parent company of DeVry University and several other for-profit career training institutes, has chosen digital repository Equella for its system-wide curriculum content development.

'But I Don't Want to Teach My Students How to Use Technology'

Not all faculty are actively engaged in using technology in their classrooms. For some, technical support or basic technology resources on their campuses may be lacking. But still others may be clinging to the idea that nothing has changed...

Tandberg Telepresence T1 Designed for Smaller Footprint

Tandberg announced the Telepresence T1, an immersive video conferencing system based on the Telepresence T3 but with a smaller footprint.

Moodlerooms, Learning Edge Partner To Bring Digital Repository to Moodle Bundle

Moodlerooms is integrating the EQUELLA digital repository into its learning management platform, powered by the open-source Moodle LMS. Through a new partnership with The Learning Edge North America, the platform will incorporate EQUELLA without adding any new licensing fees.

Grambling State Streams Live Internet Broadcast of Tigers Football Game

Grambling State University in Louisiana has begun streaming its football games online with the use of NiFTy Online Broadcasting from Network Foundation Technologies.

Embracing Electronic Textbooks

Beyond the money-saving feature for students, electronic textbooks offer another benefit: They can be more convenient for professors, who can easily review a new textbook online, then make a quick decision to include it in a course.

Cal Poly Teams with Ricoh in Graphics Communication Program

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo has added Ricoh technology to its Graphic Communication Department, which educates students in imaging sciences.

CourseCast Lecture Capture Tool Adds Mac Recorder, Expands Podcasting

Panopto this week released an update to CourseCast, the lecture capture system that's made available to academic institutions at no cost through a special program offered by the company.

SJSU Brings Online Students Face-to-Face

Over the last 11 years, San Jose State University, an early adopter of online learning, has experimented with technology tools to enhance its Web-based course offerings. One of the institution's most recent additions to that lineup is a videoconferencing system that allows faculty and students to interact in a "face to face" format online.

4 Universities Roll Out Lecture Capture

Four universities--the University of Texas-Pan American, Columbus State University, and two University of Missouri campuses, Columbia and Kansas City--have gone public with their adoption of lecture capture software from Tegrity.