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The University of Pennsylvania will become the first Ivy League college to offer an online bachelor's degree program in the fall of 2019.
Blackboard is re-branding its open source learning management system. The LMS formerly known as Moodlerooms will now be called Blackboard Open LMS. The company said it's also "accelerating investment and development of the product."
In our third annual Teaching with Technology Survey, a quarter of faculty respondents said they do not allow students to use mobile phones in the classroom.
Gaming, once thought of as only a recreational activity, is becoming one of the most influential and rapidly growing industries with the introduction of eSports, which is expected to grow to $1.4 billion by 2020. The post The explosive growth of collegiate eSports, part 2 appeared first on eCampus News.
Author: Heather KerriganOutside of online and in-person financial literacy sessions, colleges and universities are finding innovative strategies to guide students toward being more financially responsible in both their college and adult lives.
Computer scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have invented a new machine learning model for object recognition that incorporates audio descriptions (versus transcripts of audio) along with images.
Nearly all of the courses for students earning an Associate of Arts degree in business will soon be covered by a free OpenStax textbook, thanks to a series of six new introductory business textbooks being produced by the Rice University-based publisher of open educational resources.
As the use of educational tools continues to grow, the FBI is warning the public to be aware of the risks of data collection and unsecured systems.
Author: UB Custom PublishingUniversity Business and Mediasite by Sonic Foundry partnered to develop this 2018 survey of the UB audience, exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and academic video in higher education. Over 300 college and university leaders responded from a variety of types and sizes of institution around the country. To watch the web seminar about this survey, go to universitybusiness.com/ws091118
Review: NetApp AFF A700s Supports a Wide Range of Storage Needs eli.zimmerman_9856 Tue, 09/18/2018 - 10:07 In higher education institutions, an organization may consist of a single class or a large department, which means there may be anywhere from a dozen to tens of thousands of users. Few vendors offer a system capable of scaling across such a wide range. As a result, standardizing on a single storage platform
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