A big phase is done in a cross-institutional project to bring math and biology experts together for interdisciplinary teaching.
Aruba Networks has expanded the coursework available through its Aruba Mobility Academy, a mobile-specific higher education program designed to teach the fundamentals of building and maintaining a wireless local area network.
Implementing adaptive learning technology in college courses can be an uphill struggle but well worth it, according to pioneering faculty members.
Ed tech company Versal has added mobile functionality to its online course authoring tool, allowing users of Android and iOS devices to access courses and via a new mobile player.
WebAssign has partnered with the Mathematical Association of America to release online materials for four of the organizations titles.
Kenneth Green draws on 25 years with The Campus Computing Project to reflect on higher ed's IT priorities.
Chalk & Wire today introduced a Career Access pledge, providing students who have used the current version of the company's e-portfolio authoring tool with access to their e-portfolios post-graduation at no cost.
The United States Department of Education has hired its first "open education" advisor.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching will use the cloud-based platform to allow more teachers to customize content and to distribute it to more students.
Pearson is holding its third annual student coding contest, which challenges college students to develop new learning applications that integrate with Pearson products.