The University of Bristol has deployed a new video creation and management platform in an effort to improve integration with its learning management system and ease faculty use.
The results of search engine work begun at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York recently swept away the competition at an information access technologies conference in Tokyo.
VideoCentric, a video communications integrator, has launched VideoCloud 365, a new cloud-based videoconferencing service based on the Pexip Infinity virtualized meeting platform.
Vernier has launched new teaching materials and devices designed to help students of all ages understand the principles behind construction and engineering.
Epson is hosting a contest that will award interactive LCD projectors to educators.
The Midwest has a brand new resource for 3D printing and prototyping: Ohio's Xavier University is the first in the region to open up a MakerBot Innovation Center on campus.
Vanford has launched Sesh, a peer-to-peer on-demand tutoring app for iOS devices.
Could it be that individuals can't be counted on to make the best decisions for themselves since they don't always know the tradeoffs? That's one of the suggestions in an article written by Carnegie Mellon researchers and published recently in Science, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
There are just two weeks remaining to submit a nomination for our 11th annual awards program recognizing innovative technology projects in higher ed.
A Carnegie Mellon professor required his students to participate in the Global Game Jam for their first assignment.