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  • Are Pico Projectors Ready for Higher Ed?

    One constant about technology is that its evolution is characterized by greater capabilities in smaller form factors. "Smaller, faster, better." But with projectors, can smaller actually be better--or even usable--in higher education settings?More

News & Product Updates

  • Struggling Morris Brown College Takes Courses Online

    Atlanta-based Morris Brown College is partnering with Education Online Services to convert courses currently offered only on campus to be offered online as well. In addition, Education Online is customizing new course offerings and an online student information and management system as well as supplying online tutoring services.More
  • Dukane Intros LCD Classroom Projectors

    Dukane is expanding its line of LCD classroom projectors with the introduction of two new models, the ImagePro 8755J and the ImagePro 8755J-RJ, a network model.More
  • ITT Educational Services To Acquire Daniel Webster College

    Publicly traded ITT Educational Services, which operates 106 technical institutes in 37 states, reported that it has entered into an agreement to buy Daniel Webster College. Daniel Webster currently serves about 1,200 students on its 52-acre campus in Nashua, NH and at an additional location in Portsmouth, NH. ITT has 65,000 students. Financial terms weren't disclosed.More
  • Maryville U Selects ImageNow for Document Management

    Maryville University in St. Louis, MO has selected ImageNow from Perceptive Software for a document management project in its accounts payable department, office of enrollment, and student service center. The institute chose the software because it integrated non-programmatically with Maryville's enterprise resource planning system, Datatel Colleague. Following its initial successful implementation, the university plans to expand ImageNow campus-wide.More
  • Microsoft Testing Cloud-Based Data Sharing

    Microsoft announced last week that it is seeking customers willing to test their databases in a cloud-based data connectivity project.More
  • SpringSource Acquires Hyperic

    In a move that promises to extend the appeal of the Spring Framework to enterprise developers, SpringSource this week said it has acquired Hyperic, a supplier of open source Web application and infrastructure management.More
  • USRA Infusion Looks To Give STEM a Boost

    With an eye on increasing the number of students interested in science, technology and engineering degrees, the Universities Space Research Administration (USRA) has secured $10 million from NASA to manage, enhance, and expand the Education Associates Program (EAP).More