As smartphones become ubiquitous, educators debate how to take advantage of their unique strengths for learning while minimizing their disruptive influence.
In a mobile world, cloud-based personal-storage services make it easier to manage documents across devices, and to collaborate with peers and students.
Stanford University has found a way to enhance the game experience for its fans: streaming instant replay clips to mobile devices during live events.
Seattle Pacific University has launched SPU Mobile, a mobile app that enables students to access information about campus services right from their smartphones or Web-enabled devices.
A desire for flexibility--as well as cost-savings--are prompting more and more higher ed institutions to consider open source for their mobile strategies.
Pearson has released versions of its digital library of online courses for use on the Apple iPad.
College and university students will test drive Thuze, a new e-textbook platform, at CES this week
Matchbox has developed an iPad app for reviewing and evaluating university admissions applications.
Barron's Educational Series and Snapwiz have collaborated to release Web-based GRE test prep software.
Students who own iPhones at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA can now access campus information quickly and from anywhere thanks to the launch of a new app.