A National Science Foundation grant will allow researchers at North Carolina State University to study how digital learning programs can best benefit students.
Participate Learning, formerly called appoLearning, has introduced Collections, a new curation and collaboration tool for teachers.
The University of Wisconsin-Stout is undertaking a new project to embed open textbooks and other resources into courses.
Penn State researchers have been piloting a technology that allows faculty (and students) to build e-textbooks algorithmically using keywords to gather together materials from open resources.
EBSCO has launched PrepStep, a new online platform designed to help students prepare for college and careers.
Intellus Learning has launched a new platform designed to make it easier for faculty to find, review and use digital resources available at their institutions.
ProQuest SIPX, a provider of digital course materials solutions for higher education, has introduced three new tools designed to help reduced costs for students and simplify the implementation of digital educational resources for educators and administrators.
Under the four-year agreement, students will receive one free digital textbook for each class during the new academic year. Undergraduates typically take 12 classes, so they'll receive 12 books over their three-year program of study.
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.