Higher-Education Technology News

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


Pace University STEM Summer Camp Teaches App Design

After participating in a two-week coding and design camp, 16 high school students from across New York recently debuted their own mobile apps as part of a two week summer camp designed to foster coding and design skills.

Report Sets Out To Redefine Future of MIT's Education

The Massachusetts Instute of Technology, a school renowned for its intrepid experimental nature — MIT Media Lab, D-Lab, MITx and OpenCourseware, to name a few experiments — wants to accelerate education innovation and "reimagine" its own future.

Montclair State U Overhauls Financial Management System

Montclair State University in New Jersey is implementing a new financial management solution with the goal of improving service for students, staff, customers and partners.

BenQ Intros Projector for BYOD

BenQ America has announced the MW665, a DLP projector designed for bring-your-own-device environments.



Promethean Debuts 6-Touch Whiteboard

Promethean has launched a new interactive whiteboard with support for up to six simultaneous touches in an effort to improve classroom activities.

Canon Unveils 6 Large Format Printers

Six recently released printers from Canon promise faster printing speeds and upgraded software, particularly for mobile and cloud applications. The new line includes two scan-to-print systems as well.

Research Seeks to Produce Communication and Networking out of Thin Air

The "Internet of Things" is taking tiny, unfettered leaps forward in a research project underway at the University of Washington.

Culver Stockton College Cuts Electricity Use with Energy Management Platform

Culver-Stockton College has deployed an energy management platform in an effort to reduce costs.

Report: Smartphone Shipments To Top 300 Million in Third Quarter

Smartphone shipments reached a single-quarter high in the second quarter of 2014 with 295.3 million shipments, an increase of 23.1 percent over the same period in 2013.

Ithaca College Communications School Deploys StrongBox for Digital Content Preservation

Long-term content preservation is a major requirement at the Roy H. Park School of Communications at New York's Ithaca College. With academic programs ranging from television-radio and journalism to integrated marketing communications and documentary studies, the institution generates many terabytes of digital content.