ePortfolio technology has evolved over time — or maybe it's more accurate to say that the understanding of eportfolio and its application, or eportfolio practice, is still evolving. How will eportfolio define its place in education?
A new fund offers grants for "faculty members or departments who want to transition their courses away from high-priced textbooks."
CEV Multimedia has added a Career Cluster Interest Inventory tool to its cloud-based career and technical education platform, iCEV.
Chalk & Wire has released a new version of its assessment platform that includes a number of new features, most importantly an enhanced tagging option that will allow higher education institutions to perform more detailed analyses of student performance.
At Villanova University, a student-developed app version of Augustine's Confessions brings contemporary vitality and relevance to a classic 4th-century work.
Pearson has partnered with mLevel , a company that produces interactive, game-based business education experiences designed to increase student engagement, to gamify the former's Introduction to Business course content.
An NSF-funded project at Brookdale Community College is helping faculty create interactive digital textbooks.
In an effort to make it easier for people to work with their Microsoft Office documents stored in Box, the content management and collaboration platform has introduced three new integrations with Microsoft products.
Texas Christian University has teamed with a private partner to launch a social media-based admissions campaign.
Blackboard excels in "playing well" with the enterprise resource planning and student information systems in a school but its ability to "scale seamlessly" is middling. D2L's Brightspace "integrates with (nearly) everything," but the product roadmap is little influenced by its customers' requests. The Canvas platform from Instructure "meets or exceeds" the core requirements from the "vast majority" of colleges and universities, but its training and support relies heavily on its own community of customers.
Those are just a few of the findings from the 2016 report on learning management systems, published this week by education advisory firm Eduventures for its clients.