The University of Kentucky is upgrading its campus security to an integrated system.
BenchPrep, a developer of online and mobile courses, is now offering 40 video courses in software training, math, science, and business.
The United States Department of Transportation is seeking out innovations in aviation and aerospace among students in high school and college through the second annual RAISE Award competition.
Vanderbilt University has rolled out a new food service inventory and procurement system, intended to streamline processes and control costs at 19 locations across the campus.
Visual analytics software company Tableau Software has launched a new academic program to provide free software licenses to students at accredited K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.
BenQ is rolling out a new line of entry-level DLP projectors, its M6 series. The lineup includes four models, all of them capable out outputting at least 2,800 lumens.
Facebook users are sharing less personal information publicly and more privately, but despite attempts to protect their privacy on the site, they often unwittingly end up sharing personal details with third-party apps and advertisers, according to a new study published in The Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality.
Education software developer, Hobsons has launched a mobile application designed to help college-bound students navigate the college admission process.
Rutgers University Press has inked a deal with an online instruction tools provider to support online homework and assessments for its new introductory physics textbook.
Blackboard has partnered with physical security company S2 Security to enhance the capabilities of its commerce and security platform, Blackboard Transact.