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Watermark Integrates Course Evaluations and Faculty Activity Data

Watermark is connecting the dots between course evaluations and faculty activity reporting with a new integration aimed at extending the life cycle of institutional data.

RepRap Recyclebot Turns Plastic into 3D Filament for $700

An open source project at Michigan Technological University can turn waste plastic into high-quality 3D printing filament.

ASU, The Rise Fund Partner on Learning Service for Employers

Arizona State University is joining forces with The Rise Fund to launch InStride, a new partnership program with employers to provide opportunities for employees to obtain a university education.

Georgetown Tapping into Google Cloud to Manage Research and Data

Georgetown University is expanding its efforts with Google Cloud to improve the institution's ever-expanding data needs and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration.



Upcoming Events, Webinars & Calls for Papers (Week of April 8, 2019)

Upcoming events include the Textbook Affordability Conference, the T.D.W.I Chicago Conference, and the International Conference on Learning Engineering.

Deadline Looms for $75,000 STEM/STEAM Grant

The deadline for American Honda Foundation’s STEM grant is fast approaching. Each year, the organization awards grants of $20,000 to $75,000 for STEM and STEAM education projects, with an average of 27 grants awarded annually.

Esports Scholarship Focuses on Sports Medicine, Gamer Wellbeing

Hyperice is collaborating with University of California, Irvine to create a scholarship program for esports for non-players.

Arizona State Working with Community Colleges in Interactive OER Pilot

Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is working with three of the largest community college systems in the country to adopt the use of interactive open educational resources. The Consortium for Open Active Pathways, as it's called, will use technology to increase the availability of college-level educational materials, particularly in healthcare studies.

New GA College Building Houses Industrial Labs for Workforce Training

A technical college in Georgia recently opened a new technology building on campus. The 35,000-square-foot facility at Ogeechee Technical College houses four industrial labs, including a mechatronics lab, along with classrooms and the campus's plant operations.

Companies Team on Higher Ed Data Governance Solution

Ruffalo Noel Levitz has begun working with Infogix to introduce a solution intended to help colleges and universities tighten up their data governance practices. According to the companies, the arrangement will combine R.N.L.'s work in enrollment and fundraising management with Infogix's data management expertise to help schools do a better job of understanding, tracing and using their data assets.

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