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MSI Equips UCLA with Esports Hardware

The University of California, Los Angeles has signed a two-year deal with gaming hardware company MSI to outfit UCLA Esports with computers and monitors for all training an tournaments.

Augmented Reality Market to Reach $100 Billion by 2024

The market for augmented reality technologies will soar to $100 billion by 2024, driven by advances in interaction between the user and AR devices, according to a new forecast by market research firm ABI.

Follett Updates Library Management Suite

Follett has announced Destiny 17.5, an update to its suite for library management, digital content and resource management.

Federal Resource Offers Guidance on School Safety

The federal government has launched a "clearinghouse" website to help education institutions prepare for threats.



U Delaware Creates Social Robot for Safe Computing Training

Researchers from the University of Delaware’s College of Education & Human Development and College of Engineering have created "Zenbo," a social robot that can deliver safe computing training to young students.

Forecast: Education to Help Drive VR Growth

Education is one of the categories that will help propel the growth of virtual reality over the next five years.

Top 7 Trends in Digital Learning Innovation

A new study from the Online Learning Consortium and Every Learner Everywhere outlines seven primary trends in digital learning innovation as well as four secondary trends worth watching.

Studytable Connects Students for Tutoring Help with Difficult Coursework

A Purdue University-affiliated startup has launched a software service that offers a twist on tutoring. Studytable enables students to identify peers who can help them with difficult coursework.

Free College Explorer Tool Adds Cost Analysis

NWEA, a nonprofit provider of assessment solutions, has updated a free tool that helps students identify a good college fit for their areas of interest and academic strengths.

GitHub Student Developer Pack Now Features 100-Plus Tools

The GitHub Student Developer Pack has just expanded, now featuring development tools and training from more than a hundred companies.

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