Nominations are now open for the 2016 CT Innovators Awards.
Where do you go after you leave a high-profile position in the Obama administration? Back home. That's where United States Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan headed at the end of the year when he returned to Chicago. And now, so is Richard Culatta, who is stepping down as director of the Office of Educational Technology within the same federal agency.
Modules that can be purchased separately will turn the new ThinkPad X1 into a laptop, projector or 3D camera.
A Web-based learning management system introduced earlier this year that allows instructors to deliver quizzes, courses and training online has been updated.
The United States Department of Education is pushing a new pilot off the ground to test the effectiveness of allowing colleges and universities to receive Pell grants for educating students incarcerated in state or federal prisons — some of it possibly delivered online.
The Board of Directors of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has selected Lynn Pasquerella as the organization's newest president. AAC&U's 4th president, Pasquerella will take office July 1.
NEC Display Solutions has introduced two new displays that allow users to control as many as six displays at once.
A public elementary and middle school has teamed up with a college in its area to deliver professional development to help teachers add computer science activities into their curriculum.
A global non-profit research and development organization has taken on the challenge of how to identify when an active shooter situation has begun and how building occupants and public safety people should respond.
The online graduate education program will include video observation of classroom instruction by NYU faculty at a distance.