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MERLOT Manages OER Site for Workforce Programs

California State University and its Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching program are working to make open educational resources available for workforce training.

Stanford to Showcase Learning, Design and Technology Student Master's Projects

Students from the Stanford Graduate School of Education's Learning, Design and Technology master's program will showcase their master's projects on July 29 at the LDT Expo on the Stanford campus.

Awareness of OER Low, Faculty Willing to Try

A new report from Babson College examines the attitudes, opinions and use of open educational resources among higher education faculty.

Blackboard Partners with Examity To Improve Online Proctoring

Blackboard has partnered with Examity in an effort to improve the efficiency, security and convenience of online assessments.



University of North Carolina Joins PAR Framework

The University of North Carolina system has joined the PAR Framework, an organization of higher education institutions that share their data in an effort to provide one another with predictive models and benchmarks.

Penn State Hosts Local High School Students for Chocolate Research

A group of low-income, first generation high school students in Pennsylvania have completed a six-week summer research project at Penn State University.

Central Arizona College Adopts Administrative Suite for Scalability

Central Arizona College has adopted a suite of academic and administrative software in an effort to better serve a growing student population.

UC Berkeley Hosts High School Students for Cyber Training

A cyber security program sponsored by the National Security Agency has wooed 23 students to attend a six-week course at the University of California Berkeley.

UMass Amherst to Save $6.2 Million with Solar Energy

The University of Massachusetts Amherst is installing solar panels in a move that will reduce its electricity costs by $6.2 million over the next 20 years.

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