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Colleges seek cash for educational technology as budgets shrink

Colleges seek cash for educational technology as budgets shrink

Thirteen states are set to drop higher-education funding by double digits in 2012, the federal stimulus has run out, and student enrollment continues its uptick, forcing colleges and universities to…

Online colleges applaud regulation-killing House vote

Online colleges applaud regulation-killing House vote

A controversial federal regulation that has proven onerous for many online colleges was struck down by a wide margin in the U.S. House of Representatives Feb. 29, although the repeal…

Microsoft sees future in Windows 8 amid iPad’s rise

Microsoft sees future in Windows 8 amid iPad’s rise

Microsoft is scrambling to preserve what's left of its kingdom, and it’s pinning its hopes on a new version of Windows that could spawn a new breed of hybrid machines:…

Harvard group seeks degrees for gays expelled

Harvard group seeks degrees for gays expelled

Students and faculty at Harvard University are calling on the school to award posthumous degrees to seven students expelled nearly a century ago for being gay or perceived as gay,…

Interactive campus maps could mean big bucks for colleges

Interactive campus maps could mean big bucks for colleges

Spiking gas prices and a growing reliance on college websites could make online campus maps a premiere recruiting tool, to the tune of $60,000 per month.…

Obama urges governors to boost education funding

Obama urges governors to boost education funding

President Barack Obama on Feb. 27 urged the nation's governors to invest more state resources in education, saying a highly skilled workforce is crucial for the U.S. to remain competitive…

University’s social media crackdown draws major online backlash

University’s social media crackdown draws major online backlash

A Kentucky university is aggressively fighting parody and criticism of school officials on Twitter and other social media sites, which students and free-speech advocates say is a constitutionally questionable attempt…

Community colleges take a closer look at eBooks

Community colleges take a closer look at eBooks

Major universities aren't the only schools testing the eBook market. Tarrant County College (TCC) in Texas is the latest small campus to study whether a shift to digital textbooks will…

Facebook pages for college classes? Students say yes, please

Facebook pages for college classes? Students say yes, please

When offered a smorgasbord of social media choices, college students have continually chosen Facebook as the best social site for class collaboration. And the reason is simple: Students are most…

Recruiting in this age of social networking is a slippery slope

Recruiting in this age of social networking is a slippery slope

As technology evolves, recruiting parameters have become blurrier. In the last five years, the NCAA's microscope has tried to sharpen its focus on social media.…

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