Key challenges are emerging with the growing use of open educational resources in higher education. To find out just what those challenges are and how colleges and universities are overcoming them, Campus Technology spoke with two experts on the subject. More
A cloud storage company has released a version of its product specifically designed for colleges and universities.More
New functionalities in Sonic Foundry's Mediasite platform are designed to enable users to better create, manage, and distribute their content.
eInstruction's new release offers improved testing and assessment capabilities as well as integration with new technologies.More
The New Media Consortium (NMC) is launching a new site with a social sharing and collaboration platform, a move intended to improve member services, encourage collaboration, and support the production of the NMC Horizon Report series.More
The University of South Florida has deployed Sony projectors throughout its new Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISA) building.More
Building management solution includes digital signage, room scheduling, audio-visual, HVAC, voice and data, energy, and security technologies.
Three-part webcast series to focus on managing campuswide digital signage installations.More
"We know the current pricing of textbooks is discouraging students from purchasing the mandatory reading, but we are changing that," said Thomas Buus Madsen, chief operations officer of Bookboon.com, a company that makes its digital textbooks available free to college students.More
Today at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, Hitachi America introduced a new lineup of classroom/conference room and ultra-short-throw projectors. More
Today at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, Panasonic announced a range of new displays and projectors, from a compact projector, to large digital displays, to an interactive plasma display, many of which are suitable for applications in educational institutions.More
Cisco Bring Your Own Device for Education: Getting More Devices Simply and Securely Connected
Sponsored by: Cisco
Students, teachers, and staff expect to connect to the network with
different devices, regardless of who owns the devices. Enable them to
teach, learn, and work their way on any device, anytime and anywhere,
while affording IT the controls to contain costs, ensure security and
capacity, and prevent data loss. Simply, securely, connected.