Traditional laptops and desktops are both used in 82 percent of learning environments — making them the most common form of instructional tech in the classroom, according to Campus Technology's first-ever Teaching with Technology survey.
The curricula provider Great Minds is suing FedEx in New York City federal court, arguing that the delivery, printing and photocopying company should compensate the education organization for the money FedEx makes from requests from schools to copy materials that Great Minds created and makes available for free, on an open license.
Avila University has adopted a course materials solution in an effort to save students money.
Ed Map is expanding its portfolio of educational content with an array of openly licensed print and digital textbooks.
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Georgia State's chief innovation officer is tackling the flipped classroom, learning analytics, digital literacy and more.
Rutgers University in New Jersey has launched its Open and Affordable Textbook Project, which offers grants to faculty or department groups that switch to free, low-cost or open alternatives to traditional textbooks.
Carlow University in Pittsburgh is replacing its legacy learning management system with one new to the higher ed market.
Motivis Learning is launching the second iteration of Unity, its learning relationship management system designed strictly for competency-based education, Unity 2.0.
Instructure has updated its Canvas learning management system to include an annotation feature in the mobile app.