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EAB Intros New Data Platform for Higher Ed

Ed tech company EAB has launched a new data platform designed specifically for higher education.

Miami Dade College and IBM Initiative to Support Faculty Training, Next-Gen Skills

Miami Dade College is collaborating with IBM on a spate of workforce development offerings, including expanded faculty training as well as digital courses in areas such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, cybersecurity and quantum computing.

3 Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning

The landscape of higher education has been transformed by COVID-19, and that impact is a major factor in the 2021 Educause Horizon Report. Here are three key technology trends to watch as the lasting effects of the pandemic play out.

6 Key Technologies Moving Teaching and Learning Forward in 2021

Educause's latest Horizon Report outlines the biggest trends shaping teaching and learning this year. In particular, the report identified six technologies and practices that are key to higher education institutions' future planning, whether those topics are newly emerging or evolving from previous years.



East Mississippi CC Uses Mobile Tech to Guide Students Through Admissions Process

In an effort to grow its online programs, East Mississippi Community College has rolled out mobile enrollment technology from Perdia Education that helps guide prospective students from their initial inquiry to the first day of class.

University of Connecticut and AT&T Collaborating on 5G Lab

A new private 5G network at the University of Connecticut's Stamford campus will advance academic programs and expand entrepreneurial activities in the Stamford Data Science Initiative.

Department of Education Seeking Best Practices for Reopening Colleges and Universities

The United States Department of Education has issued a request for information on how schools, colleges and universities, and early education providers are reopening, operating safely and supporting students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ellucian Intros 'Experience' Platform

Ellucian has introduced a new "user experience platform" that pulls campus information and applications into one streamlined dashboard.

Moodle to Launch U.S. Services Company

Open source learning management system provider Moodle is acquiring three United States-based partner companies and combining them to form Moodle US, a new services company for Moodle customers in North America.

Labster Bolsters Simulations with Additional Science Learning Resources

Virtual lab company Labster has expanded its portfolio of learning resources with a variety of new offerings designed to complement its core science simulations.