21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


Johns Hopkins Launches Mixed Modality Courses

Two new graduate-level STEM classes will use a mixed modality teaching model that combines onsite and online instruction.

3 College Teams Win 3D Printing Competition

Six teams of students from high schools and colleges around the United States won medals and other prizes in the second annual SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Competition at the 52nd annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, which was held in Louisville, KY June 21-23.

New Dashboards Link Student Engagement to Performance

Echo360 and Instructure are teaming up to provide faculty and advisers with real-time analytics that link student engagement to academic performance.

Cornell U Adopts Active Learning

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY has transformed two introductory courses into active learning classes in an effort to boost student engagement.

Using Kinect Sensors and Facial Recognition in the Classroom

A Carnegie Mellon project is experimenting with inexpensive sensors and facial recognition technology to help improve instruction.

ProQuest Adds 30 Million Pages to Digital Historical Collections

ProQuest is adding almost 30 million pages of digitized materials to its Historical Collections program this year.

Syracuse U Invests $9 Million in Summer Updates to Classrooms, Campus

Classrooms at Syracuse University are undergoing renovation as part of the institution's efforts to create "21st century academic and research environments."

Top 7 Campus Technology Stories in June

From gamification to makerspaces, here's what was trending on our website last month.

New York Universities to Open Additive Manufacturing R&D Center

Three universities will be working with corporate partners to open and run a center dedicated to additive manufacturing and functional printing.

Grouping MOOC Students by Communication Mode Doesn't Help Completion

A research project at Pennsylvania State University looked at how to improve the completion rate for people who undertake massive open online courses — a rate that currently stands at a dismal 10 percent.

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