Cloud content management service provider Box inks new partnerships in an effort to broaden its reach to the K-20 education market.
New updates to Chronus's mentor software enable Leeds School of Business to efficiently manage its three mentor programs.
Digital Science has released a desktop application designed to help academic researchers manage their scientific research project data.
rSmart, the Scottsdale, AZ-based technology solutions provider known for its implementation and support services for education market instances of the open source Sakai (collaboration and learning environment) and Kuali (administrative systems and software suite) platforms, announced on April 11 that Asahi Net International, a company operating in New York with roots in Japan, had acquired the Sakai division of its business. CT asked rSmart CEO Chris Coppola about the acquisition, and about rSmart’s increased focus on the Kuali part of its business.
Tulane University in New Orleans is expanding its use of a document capture, processing, and routing system campuswide in an effort to streamline its business processes further.
The University of Oregon has adopted new research management software in an effort to increase safety, improve efficiency, and ensure compliance.
The University of Tulsa will be integrating the use of data analysis and graphing software into some of its physics classes.
The University of Michigan will implement a new document management system for use by its Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL), a small aerospace design, manufacturing, integration, test, and operations organization located in the university's College of Engineering.
LoudCloud Systems has released LoudCloud 3.5, the latest version of the company's teaching and learning platform for K-12 and higher education.
Agilent Technologies has launched a student license program for its EEsof EDA software, allowing students enrolled in universities that participate in the Agilent EEsof EDA University Educational Support Program to access the software on their personal computers.