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U California, Berkeley Adopts New Discovery Service To Improve Search Results

The University of California, Berkeley has chosen a new discovery service in an attempt to provide library users with better results.

Bush Library Hosts 9th Annual Reading Discovery Program

The George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, is holding its ninth annual Reading Discovery Program this week.

NEC Launches 8,000 lumens projector

NEC Display Solutions has released the first projector in the 8,000-lumen laser category.

Acer Introduces Notebook for Education

Acer has launched a new notebook, the TravelMate B117, that company officials say is its first product designed specifically with students in mind.



USC Schools of Comm and Engineering Launch Joint Informatics Master

Two schools at the University of Southern California have joined forces to introduce a new master's degree in communication informatics.

Netgear Beefs up WAC730, WAC720 Access Points with Controller Management

Netgear has enhanced its new ProSAFE WAC730 and WAC720 802.11ac wireless access points to support controller management through the ProSAFE WC7600 and WC9500 controllers.

Georgetown Portal Links Higher Ed to Workforce Needs

A new portal houses state-level research linking higher education to labor market demands.

National Academies Press: Original Research in Undergrad Science Courses Could be 'Powerful'

A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine shares the findings of an ad hoc committee convened to examine just what the impact would be of "engaging large numbers" of undergraduates in life and related science courses in original research. Their overarching conclusion: Course-based research may be one way to generate deeper student learning, but more evidence is still needed.

Penn State DuBois Professor Integrates Imaging Tech with Hybrid Class

Neyda M. Abreu, an associate professor of earth sciences at Penn State DuBois, is incorporating imaging technology and electron microscopy into her hybrid course, giving students an opportunity to interact virtually with geologic specimens and formations.

Smart Launches New Line of Display Boards for Educators

Smart Technologies has introduced a new line of three interactive display boards designed specifically for the education market, bundling them with a software package called the Smart Learning Suite.

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