Shmoop has launched a pair of tools designed to help students select which colleges are right for them and to prepare for the working world.
The University of California's Rossier School of Education is launching an online Doctorate of Education in Organizational Change and Leadership this week.
Stanford University and Sony have released a new mobile app that lets smart phones help conduct scientific research while they're charging.
Versal has added a Chrome app and learning tools interoperability to its course creation tool, also called Versal.
Facebook continues to be the most widely used social network among online adults, according to a new survey from the University of Michigan School of Information and the Pew Research Center.
Coursera's massive open online courses will now reach millions more learners in China, thanks to a new partnership with the country's Hujiang online education platform.
President Obama chose a 9,700-student community college in Tennessee to make a dual proposal that he'll be taking to Congress in a couple of weeks: first, that students receive free community college; and second, that government help expand technical training programs by giving grants to those programs that show success.
Faculty members at an institution in Oklahoma will have the chance to take classes themselves during a tech expo this week.
Stanford writing instructors have partnered with undergraduates to create a non-credit course open to the public via Stanford Online.
At 2 p.m. Eastern on Sunday, January 18, you could settle down to watch American women's college basketball, catch part of the Southeastern Conference (Kentucky vs. Alabama) or cheer as Tobago and Trinidad take on Jamaica in the Super50 cricket tournament. Or you could tune into a livestream and watch thousands of college students pecking their way through Major League Hacking.