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Few Colleges Publicly Posting Fall Plans

According to a recent survey by education technology company Cengage, nearly nine in 10 colleges and universities (86 percent) haven't yet announced plans for the fall semester.

Arizona State U to Share Help with Remote Instruction in Free Online Conference

Arizona State University is hosting a free two-day online conference to help all higher education faculty prepare remote courses for the fall.

Extreme Networks Offers Kits for Hosting Safer Events

Extreme Networks has compiled a bundle of products that's being promoted as a ramp-up for hosting virus-safe esports and athletic events at schools and other locations.

New NASEF Resource Offers Esports Career Resources

The North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) is working with Hitmarker to publish esports career information.



U of South Florida Co-developing App for COVID-19-Safe Campus Returns

A Florida university is working with a software company to produce a mobile application to help campuses manage data on the health of their returning communities.

McGraw-Hill Makes ALEKS Available Direct to Students

McGraw-Hill has launched a direct-to-student version of its ALEKS adaptive learning program.

HoverCam Integrates Document Camera Software with Zoom

Instructors teaching remotely or in HyFlex learning environments can now access Zoom videoconferencing directly from HoverCam's Flex 11 document camera software.

Universities Update Communications for Remote Productivity

Universities are rethinking their campus approach to communications and collaboration in light of the changes introduced by stay-home recommendations.

Ambassador Intros New Curriculum Management System

An education technology company that manages curriculum distribution through college bookstores, both online and on campus, has produced a new application for distributing course materials.

Report: Blockchain 'Holds Promise' for Ed

Research funded by the U.S. Department of Education has found that the use of blockchain "holds promise to create more efficient, durable connections between education and work."

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