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Salesforce to Launch Mobile Advising App

Salesforce is introducing Salesforce Advisor Link, a new application for academic advisers that delivers a holistic view of each student’s academic experience.

Ed Map, OpenStax Partnership Increases Access to Affordable Course Materials

Ed Map is expanding its portfolio of educational content with an array of openly licensed print and digital textbooks.

Educators ‘Hungry’ for Digital Course Materials

A new report from Pearson explores instructor and student attitudes toward digital course materials this year.

Ed Research Gets New Eye Tracking Tool

SensoMotoric Instruments, a German company with North American headquarters in Boston, has launched the SMI Digital Classroom, which collects data on eye tracking from up to 40 students simultaneously.

Purdue U, Indianapolis Public Schools to Open STEM Charter School

Indiana-based Purdue University is working with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) to build a STEM-focused, charter high school. Purdue Polytechnic High School is scheduled to open next year and it now accepting applications for enrollment.

Top 7 Campus Technology Stories in September

From outsourcing to learning spaces, here's what was trending on our website last month.

University of Texas System to Update Learning Platform with Personalized Support, Credentialing Tools

The UT System is teaming up with Salesforce and to enhance its custom learning platform, TEx, with digital tools that support students’ academic and professional pursuits.

IT Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey Closes This Week

Higher education IT professionals still have a chance to participate in Campus Technology's 2016 IT Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey. The survey, now in its second year, is open to all IT staff and leaders. Participants will have access to the results and can enter for a chance to win a $250 Amazon gift card.

Rutgers Incentivizes Open, Affordable Textbooks

Rutgers University in New Jersey has launched its Open and Affordable Textbook Project, which offers grants to faculty or department groups that switch to free, low-cost or open alternatives to traditional textbooks.

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