Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University are using crowd-sourced conceptual outlines to help learners get more out of educational videos.
Princeton University has created the Princeton Prosody Archive, a full-text searchable database of more than 10,000 digitized records on the teaching of poetry between 1750 and 1923.
The University of Notre Dame in Indiana has opened up a major research repository and portal to allow its community to preserve the digital assets and data from research for "decades."
The Global Oneness Project, a curator of multicultural studies, has launched a multimedia initiative for K-12 and higher education that combines free digital stories and lesson plans.
The University of Bristol has deployed a new video creation and management platform in an effort to improve integration with its learning management system and ease faculty use.
Baylor University in Waco, TX, is the sixth most influential college on Instagram, according to College Atlas, and the university attributes this success to its digital asset management (DAM) solution. The technology enables Baylor staff to post professional photos to social media outlets within seconds, so people can easily follow academic and athletic news and events.
OrcaTV, a digital media company focused on higher education, has launched a media platform designed to help students, faculty and staff stay in touch with campus news with a campus life channel.
As we head into a new year, we naturally consider opportunities for change. Here, CT asks Penn State's Kyle Bowen where educators might place their development efforts for 2015.
MIT has gone into the movie-making business to help engineering students understand how the concepts they're learning about in class apply to the real world.
Macmillan Science and Education has launched a pair of initiatives to make it easier for users to share published resources.