ThingLink, provider of an interactive media platform, has launched a new multimedia editor designed to allow users to annotate 360-degree images and videos and view them in virtual reality.
Education publisher Follett is revamping its sales and customer service organizations.
From free digital textbooks to student piracy, here's what was trending on our website last month.
A small, private, non-profit college in Los Angeles has just added seven new all-online programs to its roster of studies, including bachelor and associate degrees and a certificate in entrepreneurship.
The University of California, Davis recently brought an augmented reality (AR) sandbox to students at Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science to help them learn about Earth science and watersheds.
Grant brings together universities and businesses to develop new tools and technologies.
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have published a study that suggests students may be more likely to stick with massive open online courses if they use Facebook.
Public universities could really use some help in sorting out how to use their digital content, technologies and practices to do a better job of interacting with their "customers" — students and families. Likewise, they're making glacially slow progress on meeting the expectations of prospective students. Those findings come out of a sponsored survey that examined the current state of content management practices in higher education.
Worldwide tablet shipments slumped 14.7 percent during the first quarter of 2016, according to preliminary data released today. First-quarter seasonality, along with an overall unenthused customer base, were factors that caused the decline.
Smart Technologies has introduced the latest version of its Smart kapp iQ display board, this one with software built into the interactive display so that users have no need for an external computer.