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Washington & Jefferson College Attempts To Better Engage New Students

Washington & Jefferson College has adopted a new platform in an effort to better engage students and their parents from admission to the beginning of their first year.

Northwestern U Develops New Digital Learning Website

Northwestern University in Illinois has launched a new Digital Learning website to showcase the innovative online and blended learning practices of campus faculty and provide information for those who want to implement digital learning.

iPass and campusSIMs Bring Secure, Always-On Wi-Fi to International Students

The partnership provides international students with simple, secure and always-on Wi-Fi for mobile devices.

U Michigan, Google Partner on Flint Water Tools

Students at the University of Michigan's Flint and Ann Arbor campuses are collaborating with Google to develop an Android app and web-based tools to help Flint residents determine whether their home water supply is at risk of lead contamination and locate resources to cope with the problem.



Ellucian Updates Banner Finance, Unveils Ethos Platform

The company unveiled several new updates to its higher education software services.

East Tennessee State Teams with Private Partner To Impart Digital Marketing Skills

single-minded professor at East Tennessee State University has persuaded a publishing software company to team up with his institution in an alliance that will result in on-campus learning experiences for students, digital marketing curriculum for educators and a revamp of the university's website infrastructure, among other changes.

Boise State U Turns to Mobile App for Campus Safety

Boise State University has adopted a new mobile app in an effort to improve campus security for 25,000 students, faculty and staff.

U Denver To Launch 'STEM for Grown-Ups'

The University of Denver's Center for Professional Development will partner with the Denver-based Silicon STEM Academy to offer "STEM for Grown-Ups," a new curriculum of interactive courses involving science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that teachers and others can take for continuing education unit credit.

Cogswell College Launches VR/AR Certificate Program

The certificate program will cover design principles, applications and cognitive and perceptual aspects of virtual and augmented reality.

UCLA Hosts Student Hackathon with Olympic Buzz

Re-envisioning how people might experience the 2024 Olympic Games was a major theme at a recent student hackathon in Southern California.

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