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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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5 ed-tech highlights from CES 2015

The annual International Consumer Electronics Show is the showcase for newer technologies already in the marketplace and those soon to debut. “What is popular in the consumer market is becoming more…

Report: Kick back online learning profits to faculty

Want faculty to adopt the latest in tech-enhanced learning? Kick back some of the profits (e.g. revenue from online learning programs), says a new report. According to this new report published…

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Law would protect students’ online privacy

A Concord, N.H. legislator wants to bar colleges and public schools from requiring students to provide access to personal social media accounts, calling such intrusions a violation of personal privacy…

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edX and Microsoft Office Mix join to enhance online learning

Although most online higher education courses today are presented as mere PowerPoint lectures, Microsoft has joined forces with edX in the hopes that their Office Mix service can revolutionize online…

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15 higher-ed technology predictions for 2015

15 major trends technology analysts from IEEE Computer Society, and education analysts from Eduventures, say will shape higher education in 2015.…

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Student collaboration turns to 3D, avatars

When Cheap Trick first belted out "Are you lonely tonight," it's safe to say the band didn't have distance learning in mind. Yet the line accurately sums up the most…

Why campus IT systems are moving to human-centered design

When students have negative interactions with a school’s online systems, it hurts the brand and the bottom line—problems that are all too common in higher education. Luckily, there’s a relatively…

Number 1: Social media has negative impact on academic performance

Perusing Facebook, sending rapid-fire text messages, and tweeting back and forth with friends and celebrities alike might not be the best academic strategy, it turns out. A new study released by…

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Number 3: 5 technology trends poised to rock higher education

Trends like “devices,” “MOOCs,” and “Twitter,” are making the rounds in higher education, but what do these trends means for admin and students, and how are they affecting classroom practice…

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