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‘Maker’ innovation spreading on campuses

Xavier University is partnering with MakerBot to bring a MakerBot Innovation Center to the university’s campus. Xavier University joins a growing number of universities throughout the country that offer MakerBot Innovation…

How to take adaptive learning to the next level

American InterContinental University shares how an in-depth training program built around empowering faculty is the key to optimizing adaptive learning technology for students’ benefit. …

How to go beyond the basics of Flipped Learning

This is not your mother’s Flipped Learning. Often thought of as an instructional method whereby students watch online instructional videos at home and come to class prepared to do “homework,”…

New network aims to give science education a makeover

A network of science educators has formed to address the future of science education and identify innovative ways to encourage students to pursue science courses. The Inspark Science Network is a…

Will big data jobs go unfilled?

Students at both the K-12 and university levels should learn how to handle and interpret big data, but to do this, educators at both levels must be comfortable using and…

6 steps to make your college workforce-ready

In the wake of President Obama’s SOTU address, national organizations and foundations are starting to bolster support for what they say are critical higher education-business pipelines, with the aim of…

Vernier expands data-logging tools for Chromebooks

To address the extensive adoption and use of Chromebooks in classrooms, Vernier Software & Technology recently released its free Graphical Analysis app. Developed specifically for the Chrome operating system, the…

Teaching coding? How to select a programming language

Programming is more widespread and you don’t need a degree to be a programmer; it’s no longer mainly for scientists and engineers: students studying the humanities, students studying English as…

Outside-the-box assistive tech goes campus-wide

ADHD diagnoses have increased 53 percent in the last decade, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A 2009 analysis from the General Accounting Office (GAO) indicates that…

Gaming aims to improve students’ writing skills

Video games sure have come a long way since the days of arcade games like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. Over time, many video games have been developed that are not…

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