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Chalk & Wire has rebranded its assessment platform. Now known as “CWPro,” the higher education platform supports experiential learning for college students, while offering increased scalability for administrators.
This panel of analysts examined the issues currently faced by post-secondary education and how tech and regulation can and will influence the outcomes.
By Dan TynanFrom Instagram to instant replays, fans expect to connect in college athletics facilities.
Online publisher Shmoop has launched new learning guides, online courses and test prep resources to start the upcoming school year.
New University Innovation Alliance Initiative Offers Completion Grants to Support College Completion
The University Innovation Alliance, a national consortium of 11 large public research universities working to improve graduation rates, today announced a grant program for students facing financial challenges at the end of their studies.
Curriki, a nonprofit provider of open educational resources, has added new workshops from Oracle Academy.
Tulane University has tapped a private partner in an effort to expand and improve its online offerings.
WCU was the first campus in the University of North Carolina system to require its students to bring a computer with them to school. For some time, students have been utilizing a variety of devices: from desktop and laptop computers to tablets and smartphones. The university needed a way to provide students access to applications and data no matter what kind of device they have or whether they’re located on
Today, only three percent of college students graduate with technical degrees, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), and anywhere from 500,000 to 1,000,000 IT jobs remain unfilled every year. Tackling this shortage is particularly challenging because while more companies are seeking technical graduates with real-world experience, higher education largely remains focused on knowledge-sharing and developing independent critical thinking. The post This burgeoning college model can close the
To jump start a discussion on teacher PD, the NEA (National Education Association) and professional learning companies Corwin and Learning Forward conducted a survey of more than 6,300 teachers nationwide.
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