More than a third of educators in our 2016 Teaching with Technology survey said they lack access to adequate support and training for the technology in use at their institutions.
The University unveiled its plans to build a $1 billion science complex in Eugene, OR that will help increase research by 30 percent and generate an estimated $80 million in annual economic activity when its fully operational.
Global sales of 3D printers will more than double from last year to 2016, growing 108 percent from 219,168 shipments to 455,772, according to a new report from Gartner.
Our 2016 Teaching with Technology survey asked higher education faculty about their most-wanted hardware and software for the classroom — and their top technology complaints.
Digital technology in post-secondary learning is here to stay, according to a new report.
An increasing number of millennials are considering careers in cyber security, primarily because of increased awareness of cyber security issues, according to a new report from Raytheon and the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Our first-ever Teaching with Technology survey gauged educators' use of the flipped classroom model, blended/online teaching environments and more.
Global device shipments, including PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones, will decline by 3 percent this year, marking the second consecutive year of negative growth, according to a new report from market research firm Gartner.
A recent report from Technavio reveals that the visual analytics market in the United States education sector will increase over the next four years, with on-premises visual analytics and enterprise resource planning segments dominating the market.
Researchers from the University of Michigan, Brown University and Stanford University have received a grant worth nearly $5 million from the Spencer Foundation and the William T. Grant Foundation for the first phase of a five year study on the effects of the Common Core State Standards on teaching and learning.