As we head into a new year, we naturally consider opportunities for change. Here, CT asks Penn State's Kyle Bowen where educators might place their development efforts for 2015.
Cengage Learning has partnered with Cerego on an integration targeted specifically at helping psychology students understand and apply large quantities of data and complex concepts.
High school students in New York City Public Schools will begin learning data literacy this month through a new City Digits project, which aims to promote civic engagement among youth while teaching data collection and analysis skills.
MIT has gone into the movie-making business to help engineering students understand how the concepts they're learning about in class apply to the real world.
Rafter, a company that specializes in course materials management, has launched Rafter360, a new service that promises to deliver all class materials to a student upon registration for a course.
Open courseware provider Lumen Learning is publishing a set of guidelines and best practices for developing courses using open educational resources (OER).
In a Q&A with CT, Virginia Commonwealth University's Associate Director for Online Learning Innovation Tom Woodward examines the "blend of strategies, technologies, and networked communities that make the process and products of education more transparent, understandable, and available to all the people involved."
Pearson has updated its Smarthinking on-demand tutoring service in an effort to improve online learning outcomes for individuals and institutions.
The 4,200 students and 600-plus faculty at Berklee College of Music now have a new way to file their digital assets.
Blackboard has partnered with Chegg to integrate the latter's self-directed learning services with its teaching and learning environment.