Using Twitter to teach Chaucer? And Google+ to teach database management? Two innovative instructors reveal how they're using these social media tools to engage students, spur dialogue, and foster a collaborative learning environment.More
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Students in the Middle East and United States discuss social and cultural issues, in real time, thanks to telepresence technology.
Government security agencies are using ASU Polytechnic's 'Living Lab' to test ideas aimed at solving the nation's border and homeland security issues.
A new iPad app promises to help boost memory, concentration, and organizational skills for students with ADHD.More
A new building dashboard at Bunker Hill Community College lets students, faculty track energy use in health-wellness center.
A $15-million makeover will update labs and classrooms, improve energy efficiency, and create new spaces for collaborative learning activities at UH Manoa's Edmonson Hall.More
Adoption of enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence is accelerating. The market grew by 20.5 percent to reach $2.7 billion in 2011, compared to 16.6 percent growth in 2010. The largest increase occurred in the single-codec telepresence segment, which now accounts for 55 percent of the total enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence market.More
A Louisiana university will deploy 3D analysis software for its honors multidisciplinary 3D imaging class to help with complex scientific problemsMore
A Nebraska community college has expanded its deployment of a cloud-based system for access control management to include buildings on three campuses.More
The University of Southern Maine has begun a lighting upgrade designed to save the school more than $70,000 each year.More