Higher-Education Technology News

All news articles from the CT editorial team, in chronological order.


Single-DLP Chip Projector Has Color Levels To Compete with LCD

NEC Display's new M402H projector's internal processing capabilities are designed to give it the same color levels as LCD projectors.

Adapt Courseware Adds Resources for Governemnt, Business Law Courses

Adapt Courseware, provider of educational multimedia, video and assessment resources, has expanded its content repository in an effort to help faculty create a more engaging learning environment.

Penn State Calculator Guides Students Through Research Projects

Students at Pennsylvania State University can access a research project calculator that helps them navigate the research process.

Simpson U Employees Build and Share Their Own Data Reports with New Dashboard Tech

To help integrate its reporting and give employees easier access to institutional data, Simpson is rolling out Style Intelligence, a dashboard reporting solution from InetSoft Technology.



Syracuse Revamps Online Accounting Program

Syracuse University is working with a higher education service provider to update its existing online master's in accounting program.

Center for Excellence in Distance Learning at Wiley College Selects Preferred LMS for HBCU

The Center for Excellence in Distance Learning at Wiley College, leader of the alliance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, has selected a learning management system for its online courses.

Next XPrize Pursues Literacy for Students Worldwide

A new XPrize will award one team $10 million to develop the most effective software and content for helping children around the world teach themselves how to read, write and do arithmetic.

Microsoft Certification Exams Now Available Online Thanks to Pearson

Exams for two kinds of Microsoft certification can now be taken online from remote locations.

Prof Uses Google Glass To Deliver Feedback on Student Assignments

Prof Uses Google Glass To Deliver Feedback on Student Assignments

A finance professor has found Google Glass to be an effective way to improve feedback to students.

U California Approves Fuel Education Online Courses as Prerequisites for Entry

A University of California review board has said 95 online or blended courses provided by Fuel Education satisfy requirements necessary for entry to the university system.