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Ask.com reverts to its Q&A origins

Ask.com, which has tried with scant success to morph itself into a search engine on par with those of Google and Microsoft, is unveiling a new version of its web…

IT officials: Only one in 10 campuses have ‘cutting edge’ technology

Most college students say their schools understand how to use education technology in the lecture hall, but only 9 percent of campus IT officials describe their institution’s technology adoption as…

Student programmers solve real-world challenges

An interface that allows hearing-impaired people to communicate with others using an augmented-reality environment took home the grand prize of $25,000 in the eighth annual Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in…

Study: U.S. mobile web use growing, but still low

When it comes to accessing the web over mobile devices, Americans are far behind their internet-connected counterparts in Japan, South Korea, and parts of Europe, reports the Associated Press. …

Pew study: The web is redefining our relationships, reputations

Most people agree that the internet has and will continue to be positive for social relations. But according to a survey by the Pew Research Center, it’s also presented many…

Oceanographer touts deep sea web surfing

Bob Ballard, the explorer best known for the discovery of the Titanic and other wrecks, has not only made deep-sea exploration more accessible for K-12 and college students, but…

Jump in U.S. college enrollment highest in 40 years

The nation's colleges are attracting record numbers of new students as more Hispanics finish high school and young adults opt to pursue a higher education rather than languish in a…

Demand for educated workers could outstrip supply by 2018

New research suggests that demand for more educated employees might outstrip supply over the next decade, reports the Wall Street Journal. …

More employers to require some college, report says

The New York Times reports that the number of jobs requiring at least a two-year associate's degree will outpace the number of people qualified to fill those positions by at…

College IT officials: Show us the money … please

Technology funding in higher education will remain flat or decrease for the “foreseeable future,” according to an annual education technology report released June 10, as campus IT officials said funding…

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