Higher-Education Technology News

All news articles from the CT editorial team, in chronological order.


Digitalis Debuts Portable Planetarium

Digitalis Education Solutions has launched what it's claiming is the smallest portable planetarium currently available, the Digitarium Iota.

Report: Corporate-Sponsored Research Just as Accessible as Government Research

A new study has found that industry-sponsored research is no more likely than federally sponsored research to be bound by exclusive licensing and that it tends to produce more patents and licenses.

Syracuse Amps Up Research Computing With Network Upgrade

Syracuse University is amping up its resources for compute-intensive academic research with upgrades to its OrangeGrid and Academic Virtual Hosting Environment (AVHE).

Rapid Insight Launches Analytics for Community Colleges

Rapid Insight, a provider of predictive analytics and data intelligence software, today launched QuickStart, an analytics solution for community colleges.



Paul Smith's College To Develop Competency-Based Ed with Breakthrough Models Incubator

Paul Smith's College will launch a program to develop competency-based education ideas as part of the Next Generation Learning Challenges.

U Wyoming Launches Project To Improve Assistive Technology Use at Wyoming Schools

The University of Wyoming Wyoming Institute for Disabilities has launched a pilot program designed to help improve access to assistive technologies in Wyoming schools.

MindEdge and Cognii Taking an Adaptive Approach to Essay Assessment

MindEdge and Cognii Taking an Adaptive Approach to Essay Assessment

Online training and courseware provider MindEdge is partnering with Cognii, which specializes in assessment technology for essay-type answers, to use adaptive technology with multi-concept assessment.

Northwestern, U Toronto Tapping Evolv Data to Understand Workplace Trends

Both Northwestern University and the University of Toronto will be doing research using data from a company that produces a workforce performance application.

Carlow U To Build CREATE Lab Satellite with $205,000 Grant

Carlow University will use a $205,000 grant to build a satellite location of Carnegie Mellon University's CREATE Lab.

Colorado State U-Global Campus Turns to Peak for Cloud Portals

Colorado State University-Global Campus, an online institution part of the Colorado State University System, has selected cloud infrastructure from Peak to power its student and faculty portals.