At TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF event last week, Udacity Founder and President Sebastian Thrun debuted a Nanodegree program for building autonomous vehicles, and discussed how the program is part of the company’s vision to democratize higher education.
The University of California Irvine's Division of Continuing Education is launching a new career coaching service for students that combines both digital and live components.
Medskl offers medical school professors and students free access to alternative learning materials from top medical professionals around the world.
The Center for Online and Hybrid Learning and Instructional Technologies (COHLIT) at Rutgers University in New Jersey has partnered with Volute to launch the Volute Marketplace, where universities can bundle and share personalized education solutions.
3D4Medical has released Lecture Builder, an interactive software application designed to help medical school professors create custom anatomy lectures and content for students.
A new survey from Cengage Learning found that open educational resources in higher education have the potential to triple in use as primary courseware over the next five years.
A professor at Eastern Michigan University is using an augmented reality sandbox to help students understand earth science concepts through interacting with simulated topography.
Students across more than 300 colleges and universities are sharing study materials through StudySoup, a marketplace where students can buy and sell class notes, guides, flashcards and more.
Embarcadero Technologies has opened up its software development tools to publicly funded higher ed institutions and high schools.
Cengage Learning added additional features to its MindTap Mobile app, including the ability to download textbooks onto smartphones in 10 seconds or less.