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  • Generates Free Harvard Reference Citations

    Newly launched, created by Rad Inks, automatically generates Harvard References for research papers.More
  • Survey: Higher Ed Can Still Make a Difference

    While the majority of Americans see their country falling behind other nations economically, they also believe the nation can improve its standing with more college degrees, according to a new survey from Kaplan. The Kaplan University Education Insights Survey found 83 percent of adults in the United States agree that the country is falling behind, with seven in 10 saying that the nation can improve its standing if more people earn college degrees.More
  • Indiana U Health Center Digitizes Student Forms

    Indiana University Health Center launched an online personal health record application from for students at its Bloomington, IN campus to make it easier for students and their families to share medical information with the health center.More
  • Oxford University Press Workforce Gets More Efficient with RedPrairie App

    Oxford University Press (OUP), a major academic publishing house and the world's largest university press, has released results from its use of a workforce management application from RedPrairie in its UK warehouse in order to increase its service capacity.More
  • U Texas Dallas and Working Solutions To Research Mad Customers

    The University of Texas at Dallas will be collaborating on a joint research project with Working Solutions, a company that develops hosted contact center applications, to automatically identify, in real-time, callers who display anger or emotion during a call to a customer service agent.More