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Cyberbullying bill would tie harassment policies to aid

When Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped from the George Washington Bridge in 2010, the events leading to his death were a painful reminder that cyberbullying is not confined to…

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Entertainment devices draining campus wi-fi

Wi-fi-connected devices on college campuses have more than tripled since last year, with entertainment devices far outpacing the increases in tablets and smartphones, a new report said.

Smart TVs…

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HBCUs go online with open educational resources

Hoping to address a long-standing issue at historically black colleges and universities, Wiley College has teamed up with Lumen Learning to create a center entirely devoted to the use of…

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3 burning questions about bitcoin in higher ed

What is bitcoin?

Bitcoin is an open-sourced online currency, a completely digital form of money that can be shared through a peer-to-peer payment network.

Created in 2009 by…

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Helicopter parents find their helipad

A new online portal at University of Tennessee at Martin allows parents to check their students grades, attendance, and more.

To many in higher education, “helicopter parents” can be…

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University leaves student data exposed for 11 months

Sensitive personal information of 146,000 students and recent graduates at Indiana University -- including names, addresses, and Social Security numbers – may have been exposed after the data was kept…

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Bitcoin tuition payments: Revolution or PR stunt?

A university in England has become the first public institution to accept the digital currency bitcoin as payment for course fees, though the announcement has some skeptics decrying the move…

Top 10 ed-tech stories of 2013, No. 7: Sustainability

“Flipped” and adaptive learning programs gained traction on campus. A high-profile internet hoax involving a college athlete propelled the term “catfishing” into the public consciousness. MOOCs hit some key stumbling…

Smart phones could be lifelines for college students

Add another function to smart phones on college campuses: a potential life-saving device for at-risk students. The University of California Davis campus Dec. 9 unveiled a mobile site known as…

New York campuses share information technology services

Two upstate State University of New York campuses have launched a program to share information technology services and facilities.

The University at Albany and Hudson Valley Community College…

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