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MIT and IBM Partner to Establish $240 Million AI Research Lab

IBM will invest $240 million over 10 years to establish the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab — one of the largest long-term university-industry AI collaborations to date.

Challenge Looks for Best Cybersecurity Team in Higher Ed

The free, online event from Symantec starts on Oct. 19 at 8 a.m. EST and end on Oct. 20 at 5 p.m. EST. Winners will receive recognition at the upcoming Educase Annual Conference (Oct. 31-Nov. 3).

Indiana U Rolls Out Automated Expense Management Tool

Faculty and staff at Indiana University will now be able to submit travel bookings and out-of-pocket expenses from any device, thanks to an automated expense management system from Chrome River.

Former U Wisconsin CIO Bruce Maas Moves into Private Sector

Bruce Maas, emeritus vice provost for IT and CIO from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is joining the private sector with a move to Research Space, maker of RSpace, an electronic lab notebook designed for academic research institutions.



RIT to Hold AR/VR Festival Showcasing Faculty and Student Works

The university is holding an on-campus event on Sept. 13, open to the public, to showcase augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) projects and digital performances created by faculty and students.

Augusta U Invests in Assessment and E-Portfolio Tool

Augusta University is rolling out learning assessment technology from Chalk & Wire to evaluate student achievement and meet accreditation requirements.

Study Reveals Cybersecurity Skills Shortage

The skills required for information security have changed in the last few years, according to IT security professionals in a recent survey.

Report: Time for a Digital Literacy Reboot in College

It's not enough for a student just to be able to use a technology; he or she must also be able to reflect, imagine and understand implications of decisions as part of doing a task or producing an object that otherwise wouldn't be possible without the technology.

Online Mathematics Homework Program to Begin Research Studies

The United States Department of Education has doled out an additional $7 million to fund two more studies to assess the impact of a free math learning platform.

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