Master's students at a Florida university are now able to get hands-on experience using electronic health record software due to a recent partnership between the school and a health-care software company.
Brother has introduced the ImageCenter ADS-2500W, a standalone desktop scanner with wireless scanning and scan-to-cloud capabilities.
University of California, Berkeley has adopted software for use by its financial engineering students to gain hands-on experience with marketing models, pricing, and managing complex derivatives.
Bricsys has launched a global academic program, which provides free engineering software and application programming interface access to students and schools.
At USC, an ambitious campuswide renovation aims to create tech-enabled learning spaces that place a premium on flexibility.
U Kansas will expand deployment of Perceptive Software workflow management solutions to bolster efficiency across campus.
An emphasis on the open sharing of ideas makes higher ed more vulnerable to network attacks than corporations. How can schools mitigate the risks while still preserving their academic freedom?
6 ideas to help vendors and IT leaders forge a more productive relationship.
Universities are wrestling with the possibilities and pitfalls of making homegrown IT products available beyond their campuses. CT examines the benefits of the two major options: open source or a commercialized venture.
Meridia has released a new version of its audience response software which enables users to insert interactive response slides into any PowerPoint presentation and capture votes from the audience.