A Glass pilot at the State University of New York Cobleskill is exploring hands-on, experiential learning with first-person video capture. CT caught up with CIO Jim Dutcher for his perspective on the project.
Blended learning and adaptive software are helping the state of Tennessee make sure its high school graduates are prepared for college-level mathematics.
A little finesse goes a long way in communicating with tech-challenged users — and more important, it can bolster IT's strategic role across the university.
For the past year, Globe Education Network's private and career colleges, universities and training centers have been integrating iPads into every academic program. Here's what they learned along the way.
We may think of analytics as a maturing area in higher education, but there's still plenty of room for innovation. The real challenge now is to move analytics to action, says Russ Little, PAR's new Chief Innovation Officer.
For GRU, developing mobile technology that both entertains and instructs is not just a theoretical goal — it's a whole new approach to education.
CT talked with Argosy University System's vice chancellor for academic affairs to learn how that institution tackled competency-based education — creating the first WASC-accredited MBA in its region based on a direct assessment, competency model. Now, Argosy is developing hybrid approaches that combine direct assessment with traditional seat time-based courses.
How two groups of higher ed institutions in New York state are tackling the video management challenge and sharing content across multiple schools.
The University of Arizona ditched its course catalog in favor of an interactive system for navigating course options and optimizing the route to a degree.
Revamping a course to be accessible to students with physical or learning disabilities can help make it more accessible to everybody else too.