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Chalk & Wire aligns assessment platform with LMS offerings

Chalk & Wire has unveiled a newly upgraded ePortfolio Connect Server (EPCS) to smooth accessibility and eliminate duplicate data entry between the company’s industry-leading assessment platform and top…

Report: Faculty weigh in on digital courseware

A recently released report from Tyton Partners has provided the ed-tech community with some of the first and only research into postsecondary faculty perspectives on the state of…

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New app template targets interactive lesson creation

Instructors could create interactive, self-guided lessons for their students using a software startup's cross-platform app template based on Purdue University intellectual property. Kevin Hannon, founder of Active Lesson LLC,…

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The college transformation you should know about

Going away to college and learning in the academic behive of a university campus is a wonderful way for teens to transition into adulthood. However, extreme cost denies this…

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College presidents predict new institutional models

A new think-tank-esque collection of leading college and university presidents came together to discuss the trends and disruptions shaping higher education, thanks to new technologies and the evolving…

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Is this global innovation the start of a new funding era?

It may not be the answer to every student’s plea for scholarship help, but one company’s global call-to-action may signal the start of a whole new way of…

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New technologies gain traction at notable university libraries

Libraries throughout the U.S. are implementing new technologies to adapt to the changing habits of the digital age by adding additional services such as wireless internet, e-readers, and…

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University partners with Uber for entrepreneurship

The University of Maryland and Uber, a technology company connecting riders to drivers through its mobile app, today announced a unique partnership to foster, support and advance student-driven…

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Who owns the research: Ohio State or faculty?

Ohio State University faculty members are fighting a proposal that they fear would give the school a claim to profits from books, articles, software and other works they…

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OER and for-profits: Are we selling out?

Can an advocate for open educational resources (OER) and student equity justify partnering for for-profits? The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has defined OER as “teaching, learning, and research…

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Mac to School

Colleges and Universities across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than…

MOOCs: the future of higher education, or a passing phase?

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have quickly become one of the most polarizing developments in higher education. Many in higher ed see these MOOCs as innovations that could…

8 steps to 7 billion liberal arts degrees

Ancient Greece considered the liberal arts to be necessary for a free person to participate in democracy and civic life. But in the Greeks’ day, there was only one place in the world with democracy. english lessons online | låne uten sikkerhet | how to grow your hair faster

Mind the gap: How to close the distance between liberal arts and employment

“The transition from education to employment used to be a bunny hop. Now, it’s a running leap—and the gap is only getting bigger.” That was the message delivered by Phil Gardner of Michigan State University at the Innovation and Disruption Symposium hosted by Colgate University last year.

 

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