Five key challenges institutions run into with blended learning programs and sage advice on how to work around these issues.
George Washington University developed--and continues to fine-tune--its mobile app by listening to the data.
Although some educators see 3D technology as another tech gimmick, it has the possibility to revolutionize training in a host of disciplines--and cut costs.
Here are four ways to make sure your college is ready to host the many different mobile devices that are making their way onto campus.
Cutting-edge learning spaces are designed with flexibility and collaboration in mind, right down to the modular tables and chairs.
Six IT professionals share their favorite tools for tackling both tech and everyday tasks.
Most classroom models for world language instruction inherently limit the amount of exposure and immersion available to students. The result is frustration coupled with a fundamentally limited world language experience. Armed with a new model for online language courses, BYU Independent Study (BYU-IS) has set out to change that.
With the amount of data predicted to grow 800 percent by 2016, higher ed faces a desperate race to develop strategies to store and manage the tidal wave of information.
For cloud implementations, consortia can do much of the heavy lifting when it comes to due diligence and contract negotiations--and they can save schools a lot of money.
Two universities have found image sharing site Pinterest useful in very different ways—one in documenting a political convention, the other in sharing objects from its library archives. Both have succeeded in engaging students. See how.