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MIT Leads Collaborative Effort to Provide Free WiFi in Local Neighborhoods

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has partnered with several other organizations in an effort to provide free outdoor WiFi for two local neighborhoods.

North Carolina to Test Internet2 Services in K–12, Community Colleges

Under a new proof-of-concept program, schools, districts and community colleges will be able to try out Internet2's identity management service, InCommon Federated Identity Management.

Morgan State Deploys Next-Generation Network to Prepare IoT

The university has entered a 10-year contract, announced at the 2016 Educause conference, with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise to deploy a university-wide data and voice network.

Campus Technology 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards

In our second-annual survey, CT readers share their best-loved and most-used tools on campus.

Edward Waters College Gets Out of the Network Management Business

IT staffers at Edward Waters College in Florida are no longer burdened with managing the institution's wired and wireless networks.

The 20-Year History Behind Internet2

Internet2, the technology community devoted to advancing research and education, celebrates its 20th anniversary next month.



MIT Teaches Wireless Routers to Know How You're Feeling

A team of researchers at MIT believe they've created a way to recognize basic emotions with signals transmitted from the closest wireless router.

U Tennessee Upgrades Outdoor Wi-Fi without Adding Power Lines

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has added more outdoor wireless access points and security cameras without adding new power lines by using a powered fiber cable system.

Non-Profit Pilots Delivery of Offline OER for Prisoner Education

Non-Profit Pilots Delivery of Offline OER for Prisoner Education

A non-profit organization with technology that brings digital content to "offline" populations around the world for the purposes of education will be paying more attention to a U.S. population that's also unable to access the Internet: those in prisons and jails.

Tapping into Research and Education Networks

Advanced research and education networks can be a tremendous resource for colleges and universities both large and small. So why doesn't every school take part?

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