At Loyola University Maryland, competitions are giving students real-world practice at conceiving, designing, and building mobile apps.
With millions of students taking high-quality MOOCs for free, schools and course providers are now searching for a viable business model.
Today's employers are looking for graduates with polished soft skills -- creative problem solvers who can work well with others, communicate effectively, and adjust quickly to shifts in the business environment. See how one Illinois institution is using Web-based collaboration tools to foster these important skills in business students.
How can you minimize the time faculty are pulled away from teaching during an accreditation review period? Learn how Johnston Community College leveraged their existing classroom management technology to streamline the process.
Even as schools strive to keep their networks and school data secure, they also want students to have a carefree, Starbucks-style wireless experience. NAC can help.
While Windows 8 trails badly in the number of apps it supports, it has two big advantages: Microsoft's productivity tools and easy integration with enterprise systems.
The CIO of Lone Star College System discusses how to evaluate desktop virtualization opportunities, set up pilots, and ultimately establish a reliable production environment.
By creating a "problem manager" position, Wake Forest University has streamlined the way it addresses tech issues on campus.
Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure your school has sorted out the legal aspects of any cloud-service contract. Here are six areas to consider.
Introducing higher education to new tools and techniques to improve teaching and learning can be tough, especially if the solutions are tech-based. CT talks to two educators with a proven record of success in fostering change.