Four higher education institutions have recently gone public with their adoption of Microsoft's Windows 8.
The University of Oregon has adopted new research management software in an effort to increase safety, improve efficiency, and ensure compliance.
The University of Tulsa will be integrating the use of data analysis and graphing software into some of its physics classes.
The University of Michigan will implement a new document management system for use by its Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL), a small aerospace design, manufacturing, integration, test, and operations organization located in the university's College of Engineering.
LoudCloud Systems has released LoudCloud 3.5, the latest version of the company's teaching and learning platform for K-12 and higher education.
Agilent Technologies has launched a student license program for its EEsof EDA software, allowing students enrolled in universities that participate in the Agilent EEsof EDA University Educational Support Program to access the software on their personal computers.
Arkansas State University is in the second semester of its iPad Initiative, which provides iPads for experimentation in a number of courses and university departments.
As schools calculate the best way to serve students via mobile apps, cost and performance are part of the equation. Does HTML5 offer a solution or is it just another variable?
CampusMD has launched a nationwide telehealth service for college students. The service offers any-time access through telephone, online video, or secure email to physicians licensed in the United States.
Panasonic is rolling out two new high-end, ruggedized tablets--a 10.1-inch model running Windows 8 Pro on a Core i5 processor and a 7-inch Android machine.