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Nursing students to use iPods for treatment, exams

Students at the UCLA School of Nursing will be able to translate patient questions from English to Spanish, run diagnostic tests, and prepare for their all-important nursing board exam with…

Game-show challenge puts artificial intelligence to the test

Artificial intelligence is about to be put to the test in a trial that could reveal just how far researchers have come in designing computers that can “think” like human…

States look to Indiana as a model for online instruction

Washington state could mimic Indiana’s successful online education model if a state legislator's proposed bill that would make online college classes more available to students there becomes law.…

Colleges accept video essays to connect with students

As video cameras and editing equipment become more user friendly, many younger consumers are now using the technology in their college applications. …

For minorities, new ‘digital divide’ seen

When the personal computer revolution began decades ago, Latinos and blacks were much less likely to use one of the marvelous new machines. Then, when the Internet began to change…

Blackboard backs ed-tech standards

Common standards for online learning became more likely this week after Blackboard, Inc. announced that it would support an open database initiative that could make educational content usable on any…

Faster, cheaper color printing coming soon

For a long time, the two choices in desktop printers have been inkjet and laser. This year, a significant twist on the inkjet is hitting the market and promises higher…

Dean: Training should precede eBook use

Trine University students can highlight text, take digital notes, or chat about their latest readings from their eTextbooks starting this spring semester. But first, one school official said, they need…

New devices allow for mobile wireless broadband

This year, the big national wireless carriers will be racing to stake their claims in the latest frontier of service: ultra-fast data access through a cellular connection for smart phones…

Universities find the virtualization sweet spot

There hasn’t been much opposition to ridding college campuses of clunky, energy-guzzling server racks, campus technology chiefs say, although creating virtual servers could result in an unwieldy mess if ed-tech…

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