Online training company lynda.com has expanded its line-up of videos in other languages with the purchase of video2brain, a European company with a team in the United States that provides online video training in German, French, Spanish, and English.
A company that offers free and low-cost versions of bibliography and citation generation software has launched a Web-based service for teaching students how to research and write research papers.
Course materials manager Ed Map has inked a deal to partner with digital and print custom-content textbook publisher AcademicPub, including the integration of the AcademicPub aggregation platform with Ed Map's OpenVue materials management technology.
SoftChalk has added iPad and Android compatibility and greater learning management system integration to the newest version of SoftChalk Cloud, its cross-platform learning object repository and content authoring platform.
Turnitin has released Source Educational Evaluation Rubric, an evaluation tool designed to help writing students determine the academic quality of the Internet sources cited in their research papers.
Reference and information skills education provider Credo Reference has teamed up with Reference Service Press to include financial aid information in its family of software and services.
Online reference resource and informational skills company Credo Reference has released a new version of its Literati software specifically for student athletes.
How ePortfolios can help "tame" the flood of openness and educational opportunity arising with MOOCs and other new modalities.
McGraw-Hill Education has unveiled a new suite of adaptive learning products for higher education at the International Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas.
During the Spring 2013 Semester, students at MassBay Community College will be able to take a three-credit hour course on Practical Python Programming that incorporates online course materials and instructional tools developed at MIT and made available through edX. Through its partnership with edX, MassBay will examine how courses developed at a premier research and teaching institution like MIT can be leveraged effectively by community colleges.