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  • Canon Debuts SXGA+ LCoS Multimedia Projector

    Canon has debuted a new model in its REALiS line of LCoS-based projectors, the SX800, an SXGA+ multimedia projector that uses Canon's latest-generation 0.55-inch LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon) LCD panels.More
  • Funding Crisis May Marginalize SC Online Library System

    A consortium of university and other libraries in South Carolina faces the prospect of shuttering the bulk of its online library system in the face of state budget cuts. The Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL) lost $1.8 million--90 percent of its funding--in cutbacks, forcing the organization to cancel database and electronic journal subscriptions and reduce its services to three days a week from five. The organization has projected that it will be able to maintain the scaled back delivery schedule through the middle of 2009.More
  • Microsoft Releases CTP of VS Extensions for SharePoint

    Microsoft this week announced a community technology preview (CTP) release of Visual Studio extensions for SharePoint. The new Visual Studio 2008 extensions for Windows SharePoint Services (VSeWSS), released as version 1.3, are templates for creating, debugging, packaging and deploying SharePoint projects. More
  • Washington State CC Chooses Angel eLearning Management Software

    Green River Community College of Auburn, WA, has selected the Angel LMS suite of learning management applications to operate its online and hybrid course offerings.More
  • Nova Southeastern U Tops Online College Rankings

    Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL took the top spot in a ranking of online colleges and degree programs by the Online Education Database. The OEDb Online College Rankings 2009 evaluates and ranks 44 undergraduate colleges and universities that offer most or all of their degree programs online. Nova Southeastern has both traditional classrooms and a distance education degree program.More
  • SIIA To Release Educational Gaming Best Practices Guide

    The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) this month will release three new reports detailing attitudes toward 21st century learning, best practices for using games and simulations in schools, and trends surrounding mobile devices and online learning.More