Nanodegree students can now visit physical learning centers for in-person instruction.
Tablets, mobile phones or traditional computers: Which are the biggest bandwidth hogs on campus?
Arizona State University, a venture capital firm and an investment consultancy are partnering on a new initiative that will help get education technology to the market faster by allowing new ventures to be tested by students and faculty.
The bootcamp intends to train higher ed students in software engineering and increase employability.
WorldWideWhiteboard 6.0 offers several new distance learning options.
Marietta College in Ohio has implemented a bandwidth optimization platform to help its network operations team address the problem of network saturation during peak usage periods.
Stanford will offer new and updated online courses in energy innovation to energy professionals.
In three years, adaptive learning has evolved from an ill-defined concept in higher ed to a key category of education technology, according to a new report from consulting firm Tyton Partners. And the most significant change since 2012: the development of new adaptive technology features to meet institutional needs.
Algoma University in Ontario, Canada has implemented a cloud-based constituent relationship management system to automate its admissions and recruiting processes.
A new study from ACUTA and ACUHO-I has found that "robust" WiFi on college and university campuses has nearly doubled in the last few years and that now nearly two-thirds of campuses are dedicating at least 1 Gbps to their residential networks, as access to quality WiFi has become another important factor in attracting and retaining students.