The use of technology-enabled approaches in education is receiving attention today as the White House hosts its second "College Opportunity Day of Action."
With the help of data now becoming available, high school teachers and students in two programs at Notre Dame University can study data from the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland.
If you have a new idea for helping college students learn foundational math, the National Science Foundation (NSF) wants to give you money to research and test it out.
Stratasys has launched a 3D printing curriculum for secondary and post-secondary students.
Five more universities will receive funding to implement the UTeach Expansion Program.
MIT has gone into the movie-making business to help engineering students understand how the concepts they're learning about in class apply to the real world.
Kuka Robotics has Unveiled a program designed to help high schools, community colleges, universities and vocational schools offer a certificate based on robotics, Kuka Official Robotics Education.
Researchers at Stanford University have created a computer vision algorithm that can analyse an unknown image and describe it using words and phrases.
The winner of the competition will be the college team that does its best to demonstrate the use of Fluke’s wireless testing tools.
In the nearly two years that Duke University's Innovation Co-Lab has been operating as a forum for allowing students to reinvent IT on campus, it has allowed itself to be re-invented too.