Consulting and research firm Adventures released its 2017 Higher Education Technology Landscape Report, which provides ongoing analysis of the technology market to support higher education decision-makers tasked with choosing products from hundreds of vendors.
A new spending analysis from International Data Corp (IDC) predicts worldwide revenues will double this year — from $6.1 billion in 2016 to 13.9 billion in 2017. Furthermore, AR/VR spending is expected to accelerate over the next several years, achieving a CAGR of 198 percent over the 2015-2020 forecast period and reaching $143.3 billion in 2020.
A new lab seeks to innovate grower solutions in North America using UIUC’s student talent.
Students cheat frequently using a variety of techniques, and some believe their instructors are prone to the do same as well. That's the bottom line from a survey done by a company that performs private investigations and digital and business forensics.
A new report suggested that "credit momentum," "gateway momentum" and "program momentum" can predict long-term success.
Nearly half of Americans (49 percent) said they feel their personal data is less secure than it has been in the past.
An organization using data to understand how to improve the economic opportunities for low-income people has developed a set of "mobility report cards" to rank universities and colleges by how well their students "climb the income ladder."
According to research by the Urban Institute, charges for room and board at four-year colleges have outpaced inflation, doubling since 1980.
International scholars, policy experts and entrepreneurs last month convened at the 2017 Workshop on Virtual Reality and Immersive Learning to design a roadmap for using virtual reality to improve immersive learning. During the event, Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education signed an agreement with Beijing Normal University’s Smart Learning Institute and NetDragon to collaborate on VR research.
The study examined 2014-2015 data from 911 schools in total, almost all of which accepted students who then required extra help before they were ready to tackle a "full load of college-level, credit-bearing courses."