A large public university e-text research trial is currently being conducted by Northwest Missouri State University and McGraw-Hill Education. The purpose of the test is to examine the potential for replacing students' printed textbooks with electronic versions.
Your students have created ePortfolios that reflect their academic progress and offer samples of their work. But how can you be sure a potential employer will be able to access the ePortfolios, and will the information survive future technology changes?
Campusheritage.org, a new Web site, will provide information on preservation projects funded as part of the Getty Foundation's Campus Heritage program, a five-year grant initiative.
Indiana University has released open source software, called Variations, that allows creation of a digital music library system.
Abilene Christian University and its online learning services integrator, Embanet, have developed a new ePortfolio system for use with ACU's Moodle learning management system.
Many educators and administrators have caught the ePortfolio bug. But where does this bug lead them? It leads, seemingly, in many different directions. And here's why: ePortfolios mean differing things to different people.
The PBwiki Campus Edition launched this month allows schools with up to 1,000 students, faculty, and staff to roll out an unlimited number of PBwikis rather than purchasing them individually.
Once viewed as inferior alternatives to four-year institutions, two-year colleges are now enjoying a spike in popularity--and are investing in technology to meet the growing demand.
Rochester Institute of Technology staff and students built their own HD broadcast and production trailer, which is used to provide live coverage of sporting events on campus. The result is not only more sports coverage, but a real-world, relevant educational experience for RIT students.
The New Media Consortium's NMC Campus Observer is a site rich with short blog entries about technology and learning.