Educational publisher Gale will make all of its digital humanities collections available through one platform "over the coming years," according to a news release from the Michigan-based company.
St. Petersburg College in Florida plans to modernize its network infrastructure to support an increasing number of applications and users.
McGraw-Hill Education's latest release of its adaptive learning program LearnSmart can be used with any textbook or open source materials used in a course where the software is offered.
Coker College in Hartsville, SC has deployed a constituent relationship management platform to help the school automate its admissions process, and increase retention and enrollment.
Instructors at Penn State can now access and remotely control presentations from their podium computer using an iPad.
Reference and information skills company Credo has partnered with ReadSpeaker to add text-to-speech features to its Literati suite of software and services.
Web design firm Third Wave Digital has unveiled a design and coding package to help colleges and universities convert their sites to responsive Web design, which optimizes site layout based on computer or device screen size.
The Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) plans to update and standardize its administrative software across all 34 campuses.
Four higher education institutions have recently gone public with their adoption of Microsoft's Windows 8.
Sacramento State University, part of the California State University system, is moving 50,000 accounts to Microsoft's cloud-based productivity and collaboration suite, Office 365. It's one of three universities that recently made the switch, Microsoft revealed at its annual United States Public Sector CIO Summit Wednesday.