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iPad-Delivered Degree Program To Cut Degree Costs for Adult Students

Lynn University in Florida will slash the cost of a degree for non-traditional students by launching an evening undergraduate degree program delivered through the iPad Mini.

IBM Launches OpenStack Services

IBM has added OpenStack services to its IBM Cloud marketplace to support interoperability between on-premise IT systems and off-premise cloud workloads.

Santa Clara U Students Get Mobile Lab for Controlling Satellites

The management of Santa Clara University's nanosatellites is a continual challenge, since they only go directly overhead a few times a day and for just minutes at a pass.

Two-Thirds of Faculty Unaware of Open Education Resources

A new study from Babson Survey Research Group and Pearson delves into the role of OER in higher ed.



Code School Launches Free App for iOS

Code School, a company that provides learning resources for aspiring coders, has launched a free app for iOS devices.

Louisiana State Takes Facilities Management to the Cloud

Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge has moved to a new cloud-based system to manage its facilities.

Internet2 SDN Network Adds Multi-Tenancy

Internet2 has added a new resource that enables its national education network to be divided into segments that can be allocated for use as multiple, discrete private networks by specific research or other user communities.

Researchers Demonstrate Faster Data Transmission Over New Kind of Fiber

A team of researchers at universities in Florida and the Netherlands may have developed a new kind of optical fiber that can transmit data at more than 20 times current top speeds.

SUNY Expands Open SUNY+ Online Programs

The State University of New York has expanded its enhanced online degree program, Open SUNY+, adding 56 degree and certificate programs from 17 campuses across the state.

UCLA Researchers Build Two-Way Communication Device Using One Frequency

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles' Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a device that can broadcast and receive signals simultaneously on the same frequency with no loss of quality or communication speed.