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McGill University Rolls out Software for Bilingual Website

With the help of the Destiny One software, all material on McGill University's School of Continuing Studies can be read in either English or French.

Colorado State U Launches Interactive Map

Before students arrived at Colorado State University this fall, they were able to explore the campus virtually via an interactive map.

Marist College, Rockefeller Archive Center Partner on Open Source Digital Archival Tech

Marist College and the Rockefeller Archive Center in New York have partnered to develop and implement an open source digital records management system to support researchers, archival staff and the broader archival community.

Students Receive Free Access to Developer Tools

Embarcadero Technologies has opened up its software development tools to publicly funded higher ed institutions and high schools.



McGraw-Hill Education Upgrades ALEKS PPL Platform

The math assessment platform includes learning tools that help students "relearn" material already covered before re-taking the assessment.

Study: Switching Majors Increases Graduation Rates

Contrary to popular belief, switching college majors can actually increase a student's likelihood of graduating, according to a new study from the EAB.

Harvey Mudd College Triples Female CS Graduation Rates

More than half of HMC’s most recent graduating class were women, surpassing the national average.

Report: Students Shun New Textbooks to Reduce Education Expenses

A new survey from CampusBooks.com analyzes student loan debt, textbook costs, use of electronic devices and more.

MindTap Mobile App Offers Offline E-Reader Capabilities

Cengage Learning added additional features to its MindTap Mobile app, including the ability to download textbooks onto smartphones in 10 seconds or less.

U Nevada Las Vegas Opening Lab Dedicated to E-Sports

The International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada Las Vegas will help students explore the segment of video game culture that brings players and spectators together physically and virtually for massive video game competitions.

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