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Chalk & Wire releases new version of assessment platform

Chalk & Wire released the latest version of its assessment and ePortfolio platform late-July with added features that include video assessments, mobile platform use, collaborative workspaces, and multi-media feedback.…

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Missing from campus bookstores: books

Lynn University has removed some merchandise from its campus bookstore -- books. Almost every book needed for the 300 classes offered at the liberal arts university in Boca Raton are…

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An ‘unhackable’ system for securing campus data?

With data security breaches continuing to plague higher education, a New Hampshire company called EduLok is promoting what it calls an “unhackable” system for safeguarding sensitive information.…

7 STEM apps designed by students

Students from across the United States met with congressional leaders and the Obama administration to show STEM apps and games they’ve developed.…

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End of support for Windows Server 2003 tests college security

Microsoft’s decision to end support for its Windows Server 2003 edition next July means the clock is ticking for colleges and universities that continue to use this older server platform,…

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Report: New revelations about campus IT trends

Almost one in every five dollars spent on campus IT investments are made outside of centralized IT; in other words, almost $4 billion is spent in non-managed, non-measured, and redundant…

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HP hopes its breakup will benefit higher ed

Innovations in mobile computing, 3D printing, and cloud services are what HP hopes to deliver to colleges, universities, and other customers as a result of its decision to split into…

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Anonymous apps pose new campus concerns

A new generation of mobile apps that let users post gossip, secrets, threats, and other random thoughts anonymously has campus leaders worried about the fallout from such posts—and urging their…

XPrize focuses on ed tech, but will it succeed or fail?

Exciting news hit the presses early last week—the XPrize is funding its first ed-tech competition. The goal: to handsomely reward the team that develops the best open source, scalable adaptive…

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Alumni get next-gen event treatment thanks to new software

Relatively new to the higher-ed market, Attend.com is helping college and university teams to boost alumni attendance by over 50 percent, thanks to next-generation event planning software that can do…

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