In spite of seemingly unlimited sources of reusable multimedia content available online, digital literacy is still a struggle in higher education.
Today, students are interacting with content on large touchscreen flat panels. Soon, they could be using immersive head-mounted displays.
When designing classroom audiovisual systems, it's important to clearly define the project's overall goals, requirements and direction. Here's how.
Two universities, California State University, Fullerton and Lehigh University, have earned certification from a nonprofit organization for their emphasis on the use of technology in learning in their teacher preparation programs.
John Robinson comments on the evolution of personalized information access — taking us from early monolithic, batch-process administrative systems to the distributed, search-based, and individualized platforms our students and other higher education constituents expect today.
Quality Matters (QM) today announced that Ball State University is the first higher education institution in the country to earn the standards organization's Learner Support Program Certification for an online program.
InFocus today introduced two lightweight, compact DLP projectors designed for ultra-portability.
A half-dozen universities have partnered to launch a new credentialing initiative via the University Learning Store.
A Boston-based nonprofit, the Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence, has introduced a research tool called Epi-Search, that can allow researchers to write queries of scholarly materials as long as 10,000 words.
The new projectors are particularly suited for higher education and advanced medical training.