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At MIT, a new focus on generating ‘people’ skills

In a new engineering class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, students practice networking skills, hone "elevator pitches," and don blindfolds for team-building activities. MIT has created the unusual undergraduate…

Car-sharing service gets a jump-start on college campuses

Like many UC Davis students, Tim Kerbavaz mostly gets around town by bike or bus. He doesn't have a car and is too young to rent one. But sometimes, Kerbavaz…

Forbes names ‘America’s Greenest Colleges’

As the U.S. becomes greener, some colleges and universities are leading the way, says Forbes magazine in its annual list of the 15 greenest U.S. schools.…

College technology ‘catching up’ with students

Today's college classrooms are high-tech marvels, with overhead projectors and grease pencils largely being replaced by document cameras, handheld clickers, and interactive whiteboards, USA Today reports.…

Yale researchers examine online accreditation

Yale Law School researchers will team up with a tuition-free online university to study how online higher education is perceived worldwide and document what it takes for internet-based institutions to…

Taking technology out of classrooms

When it comes to using technology to foster education, the prevailing wisdom has been that more is better. But one college dean has found success in using technology outside of…

Millions spent to upgrade college classrooms

Across Michigan, colleges and universities are investing millions of dollars to connect with a tech-savvy student body, reports the Detroit Free Press. …

Welcome to Yahoo! U

Undergraduate education is on the verge of a radical reordering in which colleges, like newspapers, will be torn apart by new ways of sharing information enabled by the internet, reports…

Tech helps students adopt good study habits

Purdue University is using educational technology--and online "signals"--to warn some students that their grades are dropping, offer study-habit suggestions, and provide positive reinforcement to students who are acing quizzes and…

Tech helps students adopt good study habits

Purdue University is using educational technology--and online "signals"--to warn some students that their grades are dropping, offer study-habit suggestions, and provide positive reinforcement to students who are acing quizzes and…

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