Students aged 9-22 will participate in a 24-hour event to learn about coding and experiment with demo-able projects as part of CodeDay SF, and event sponsored by StudentRND and Splunk, among others.
States spent $1.4 billion in research and development in the latest fiscal year for which there is information, an 11.3 percent increase over the previous fiscal year. Academic institutions claimed the largest share of external expenditures.
A company that works with colleges and universities to place their courses online and grant credit to students from other institutions has added its first international offerings.
Research undertaken by three institutions has uncovered a link between the number of images posted to photo sharing site Flickr and the intensity of the storm being captured in those Flickr images.
The San Diego Supercomputer Center at the University of California, San Diego has partnered with local middle schools to offer a series of computer science workshops aimed at getting more female and minority students interested in computing.
UNC Charlotte captures footage of the first football game in school history with its new mobile electronic newsgathering system.
Bond University has found a new way to collect and efficiently analyze qualitative feedback received from student surveys and course evaluations.
In an effort to support personalized learning, the University of Scranton and Canisius College, two schools in the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, are migrating their LMS to Desire2Learn Learning Suite.
Nearly half of all state colleges in the United States offer at least five undergraduate degrees online, but only 15 percent of private colleges do the same, according to two new surveys from Learning House.
Researchers at Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology have created a smartphone app that combines news coverage with social content in an effort to increase community engagement.