Pop, a company that makes a mobile crowdsourcing tool, has launched a program to allow universities to use its Popin engagement tool at a reduced cost for faculty and administrators and free for students.
AT&T and Franklin University have partnered to promote computer science education with CBusStudentHack Coding for Community: Health and Wellness, a 12-week computer programming contest for central Ohio-area high school students.
Adoption of Mac and iPad devices is increasing in higher education organizations, driven primarily by user preference, according to a new report from JAMF Software.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley recently launched a new competency-based Biomedical Sciences degree program delivered via iPad.
K12 gets students first — long before they reach higher education. What kinds of partnerships can better serve the overall trajectory of IT services, from K12 through higher education?
The days of hefty lease payments from cellular operators is over. You're now in charge of making sure you deliver the cell service your school wants and needs. But where do you start your plan?
Apple's Swift programming language is now open source.
The MIT Media Lab, Tufts University and PBS Kids have partnered to release a free app based on the ScratchJr coding language and designed to help kids aged five to eight learn coding concepts.
Even as worldwide tablet shipments continue declining this year, the market for one tablet device format is expected to almost double next year.
Researchers from MIT, Stanford and Adobe have created a "recipe" approach for processing images on mobile phones.