Earlier this academic year, Virginia Commonwealth University was faced with a huge logistical challenge — an international, world-class bike race would disrupt local traffic patterns and supply lines. But the university saw the event as an opportunity to offer students a week of mini-courses, using the race environment as a giant learning lab and tapping a range of technologies to support student work.
The chancellor at the University of California Los Angeles has tapped a trio of students to tackle a problem we've all faced: meetings that have been hijacked by a lone participant at the expense of the entire group's productivity.
Schoold has launched a new feature designed to help users find scholarships at their chosen schools.
This tablet program was as much about helping faculty integrate technology into their courses as it was about outfitting students with computing devices for their academics.
Students at the University of Michigan's Flint and Ann Arbor campuses are collaborating with Google to develop an Android app and web-based tools to help Flint residents determine whether their home water supply is at risk of lead contamination and locate resources to cope with the problem.
Boise State University has adopted a new mobile app in an effort to improve campus security for 25,000 students, faculty and staff.
Course Hero has launched a new Android app featuring crowdsourced study resources for students.
Tablets, mobile phones or traditional computers: Which are the biggest bandwidth hogs on campus?
InFocus today announced a new ultra-portable PC that can connect to an iPad, iPhone, PC monitor, display or projector.
Teachers College, Columbia University's Graduate School of Education, Health and Psychology, is upgrading its network infrastructure with a range of wired and wireless products from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Aruba.