Collaboration & Web 2.0


Participate Learning Unveils Collaboration, Collection Tools for Educators

Participate Learning, formerly called appoLearning, has introduced Collections, a new curation and collaboration tool for teachers.

Making Lectures More Interactive

An app called SKIES transforms a traditional lecture into a shared learning experience.

St. Cloud State Equips Visualization Lab With 3D Scanners

St. Cloud State University's Visualization Lab has added high-precision 3D scanners to its technology portfolio, allowing students and faculty to examine objects that previously were inaccessible.

U Wisconsin Stout Gets Grant for Open Textbook Pilot

The University of Wisconsin-Stout is undertaking a new project to embed open textbooks and other resources into courses.

Focusing on the Whole Student

Data generated from activities both inside and outside the classroom can be instrumental in understanding student success.



Affordable Learning at Scale With OER

Open educational resources free students and faculty from the tyranny of the textbook. Here's how to encourage large-scale adoption.

Brightspace LMS Adds New Analytics Tools

D2L has unveiled the Autumn15 release of its Brightspace learning management system, which includes a variety of new analytics features and reports.

Blackboard Collaborate (Ultra) Highlights Assistive Tech Adherence

Blackboard has improved accessibility functionality for its online collaboration application.

U Edinburgh Adopts New App for In-Class Voting

A university in Scotland has licensed new technology to support in-class voting.

Open Textbook Network Saves Students $1.5 Million, Inspires OER Senate Bill

A bill introduced in the United States Senate this month would encourage colleges and universities to try out open educational resources (OER) by funding pilot programs. One of the sponsors of Senate Bill 2176 was Al Franken, senator from the state of Minnesota, where the University of Minnesota's Center for Open Education recently announced that its Open Textbook Network has saved students an estimated $1.5 million in textbook costs.

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