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End Users Will Spend $52 Billion on Wearables in 2020

According to a forecast from Gartner, worldwide end-user spending on wearable devices will reach $52 billion next year.

Epson Expands BrightLink Line with New Models Offering 5,000 Lumens and Ultra Widescreen Display

Epson has debuted two new models in its BrightLink line of interactive laser projectors for education.

Large-Scale Esports Series Launches in Partnership with College Bookstores

The Independent College Bookstore Association is collaborating with the American Video Game League to develop the AVGL Masters: Campus Gaming Series.

New Blockchain Student Recruitment Platform Manages Credentials, Transcripts and More

United Kingdom-based ed tech startup Education Index recently launched Libereka, an international student recruitment platform that allows students to manage university application materials via a blockchain education account.



Winston-Salem State U Focuses on Writing and Research Skills to Improve Persistence

In an effort to improve persistence among first-year students, Winston-Salem State University is tapping education tools from Upswing to boost students' writing and research skills.

Pearson Calculus App Uses AI to Provide Personalized Learning

Aida Calculus uses artificial intelligence to provide students a personalized experience to tackle complex calculus concepts.

Mississippi State U Preparing Students for STEM Careers Through Cybersecurity Education Hub

Mississippi State University is working to train more students for careers in computer science, cybersecurity and coding through a new Cybersecurity Education Hub.

Upcoming Events, Webinars & Calls for Papers (Week of Nov. 11, 2019)

Upcoming events include the STEAM Week, OLC Accelerate 2019, and the 2019 Internet2 Technology Exchange.

Virginia Launches Initiative to Fund CS Degrees

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has announced a new program to create 31,000 new computer science graduates over 20 years through funding programs with 11 universities across the state.

Ohio Northern U Streamlines Video Recording and Sharing

Ohio Northern University is making the Echo360 video platform available to instructors and students across campus, in an effort to streamline the process of creating and managing video content, improve student engagement and reduce the administrative burden on staff.

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