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From clusters of college closures and dramatic budgetary cuts to technological advances and data security breaches, changes in higher education have institutions contemplating strategies that will enable them to thrive in the future. But how do colleges and universities determine which strategies to focus on first, or most? The post These 2 student-focused technologies can bring higher ed into the future appeared first on eCampus News.
Despite both public efforts by the New York City Department of Education (DOE) and private efforts, internet speeds are still slow and a problem at New York City’s public middle schools, according to a recent audit of high-speed internet connectivity in these schools.
Ubiquitous, unobtrusive sensing could offer more insight into the natural world and change the exploration of healthcare, energy, computing and other fields. To showcase current innovations focused on nano-enabled sensors and sensing systems research happening at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the university’s MIT.nano facility will be holding a research symposium, on campus and online.
It is essential for all K–12 students to be provided with a district purchased personal device in order to meet the demands of 21st century competencies for everywhere, all-the-time learning as framed in the Partnership for 21st Century Learning.
Five public institutions in Indiana have banded together to save money on Microsoft products across their campuses.
A community college in New York City has taken on the challenge of showing the rest of the City University of New York system how to percolate open educational resources throughout its courses.
By Meghan Bogardus CortezRisks in popular apps are emerging, and researchers and hackers alike are taking notice.
Educause today announced a new membership offering designed for emerging ed tech companies that want to break into the higher education IT market.
President Donald Trump on May 23 released details of his proposed FY 2018 education budget, which adamantly supports school choice and slashes funding for other major education programs and initiatives. The post As expected, Trump’s education budget slashes student aid appeared first on eCampus News.
Amid news that coding bootcamp graduates are finding work, Udacity has tweaked the formula for its popular introductory course in programming by adding three new projects.
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