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The concept of "open learning" encompasses far more than what's found in a textbook. These sources provide other kinds of resources that will boost your students' learning.
Wearable devices will continue to see healthy growth over the next five years, driven by new use cases, new devices and the rise of smart assistants.
A business major working full-time who worries about balancing financial needs with pursuing a job change after graduation. A student preparing for a "practical" path to dental school to provide for his low-income family, but whose passion is music. A first-generation college student who isn't quite convinced she'll wind up loving her career field. These students are representative of college students across the nation who are struggling to make their
"Serving students with a single model developed over the course of previous centuries no longer works." And so begins The Future of Learners, a compelling report from Pearson and higher-ed expert Jeff Selingo that discusses how today’s students perceive the value of higher education and how they want to learn. The post Here’s some insight that could help your college remain relevant appeared first on eCampus News.
The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment is partnering with the Aristotle Cloud Federation to help institutions deploy the OpenStack cloud on their campuses.
Makerbot will begin shipping its Method 3D printer tomorrow. Starting at $6,499, the new model offers roughly double the print speed of a conventional desktop 3D printer with improved precision.
Video platform provider Kaltura has introduced Kaltura Pitch, a video messaging tool that allows users to create and share personalized video messages via desktop or mobile device, and provides data reports for measuring recipient engagement.
FlexFactor is a unique workforce development program created by NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Innovation Institute. Launched in San Jose, California in 2016, it has expanded nationally to Ohio and Alabama. This technology and entrepreneurship program is designed to be an immersive educational experience that engages the next generation of advanced manufacturing talent by connecting students, school districts, colleges and universities, and members of the industry. NextFlex’s collaboration with Ohio’s
The city of Los Angeles will kick off a major event in April highlighting STEM resources and providing attendees with activities, entertainment and access to companies focused on everything from aerospace to makerspaces.
4 Tips for a Successful Upgrade to Digital Security Cameras eli.zimmerman_9856 Wed, 03/20/2019 - 17:00 Keeping students, faculty and staff physically safe is the highest priority in higher education. Given the open nature of most campuses, a solid security camera environment extends the blanket of protection by letting staff hit the rewind button to take a close look at reported events. No institution wants to be powerless to identify a
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