The use of technology-enabled approaches in education is receiving attention today as the White House hosts its second "College Opportunity Day of Action."
With the help of data now becoming available, high school teachers and students in two programs at Notre Dame University can study data from the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland.
NEC Display Solutions of America has introduced two ultra-short-throw projectors designed for collaboration.
If you have a new idea for helping college students learn foundational math, the National Science Foundation (NSF) wants to give you money to research and test it out.
The University of California Berkeley has received a $2 million grant to improve the integration of digital technology with humanities education and scholarship.
Stratasys has launched a 3D printing curriculum for secondary and post-secondary students.
Five more universities will receive funding to implement the UTeach Expansion Program.
Massachusetts' Amherst College is refreshing its help desk with a cloud solution from Samanage.
Western Governors University has launched a new online master's degree program for students who want to become English teachers in middle schools or high schools.
A new online tool, College Raptor, aims to help students and their families make better decisions about which college to attend using crowdsourced data.