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  • Teaching in the Trenches: Second Life's Role in a Curriculum

    Nestled among regions owned by NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the National Space Society is an area run by Elon University of Elon, NC. The effort is funded largely by grants from the university and provides a place for STEM undergraduate students to design and create. The goals: to work in mentoring scenarios with teachers and to allow STEM innovators to experiment with Second Life and interact with others of the same mind.More

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  • Cal State Long Beach Adopts Angel Learning Management System

    California State University, Long Beach is adopting the Angel Learning Management Suite (LMS) to power BeachBoard, the e-learning environment that makes discussion boards and instructional materials such as syllabi and quizzes available to students online.More
  • DormNoise Helps College Students Plan Events and Manage Calendars

    DormNoise has released a free Web service that provides calendaring and event planning for college students and student groups in North America. The service, also named DormNoise, provides a central location on the Web for students to manage their personal, student group, and campus schedules. The program was developed by 20-year-old University of Pennsylvania sophomore Jay Rodrigues.More
  • Go2 Launches Mobile Entertainment Guides for 473 Colleges

    Go2 Media has launched go2 Colleges, a free mobile entertainment guide for college students. The service gives users access to local events, movie showtimes, college sports scores, and recommendations from the Go2 Content Network.More
  • Northwest and McGraw-Hill Conduct Major eBook Trial

    A large public university e-text research trial is currently being conducted by Northwest Missouri State University and McGraw-Hill Education. The purpose of the test is to examine the potential for replacing students' printed textbooks with electronic versions.More
  • U Virginia School of Nursing Adopts TerminalFour CMS

    The School of Nursing at the University of Virginia has chosen content management system (CMS) software from TerminalFour to manage its Web site.More