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GWU’s new software making more time for research

A new implementation is helping George Washington University faculty focus on research efforts while expanding storage capacity. The university recently delpoyed NexentaStor from Nexenta, a provider of Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage…

How interactive profiles could help provide CBE credibility

Udacity and Accredible have partnered to provide Udacity’s Nanodegreeprogram students with professional profiles powered by Accredible, who develop interactive certificate technology. With a beautiful, engaging and insightful format, the profiles…

Penn State’s $30M innovation initiative

Pennsylvania State University is investing $30 million to bring awareness to student innovations, boost student success, spur economic development, and shine a spotlight on the university system's Innovation Park at…

Four new research areas could revitalize universities

As universities strive to stand out and attract talented students, a new report predicts that some of higher education’s top priorities will focus on ensuring post-graduation success and building online…

This instructional approach is closing student achievement gaps

A technology-enabled instructional approach developed at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) has proven to reduce the achievement gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged students through a self-paced online learning approach. The U-Pace…

‘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…

Drone technology: The new STEM teaching tool

Educators on campuses across the country are using drone technology to teach STEM disciplines, due in large part to what they say is the technology’s ability to offer a real-world…

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…

EDUCAUSE’s 10 higher-ed IT issues in 2015

The top IT issues facing higher education in 2015, as outlined in an annual report, include retaining qualified staff, developing funding models, and supporting users in a variety of environments. Technology…

Are ed-tech startups a bubble that’s ready to burst?

Educational technology startups raised more than $500 million in funding in the first quarter of 2014 alone, but some investors are worried about a bubble.…

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