The ruling this week by a federal court on the Open Internet (Net Neutrality) Order may turn out to be, as one commenter called it, "a terrible idea," or, as another observer put it, a source of "a lot of overheated rhetoric." Education, for its part, could well see major changes to how it's able to deliver learning content to students online.
Eleven colleges and universities will launch pilot programs of a new learning management system (LMS) designed primarily for mobile devices.
The Obama administration is asking colleges and universities for new ideas related to college affordability and technologies to advance student learning at all levels.
If you're wondering what platform to start out on for that school mobile app, you may wish to begin with Android since that development process appears to go faster than developing apps for iOS or Windows Phone.
More than 7.1 million students took at least one online course at a higher education institution in fall of 2012, according to a new report, Grade Change: Tracking Online Education in the United States, 2013.
New Android app enables students to access course materials and information, view on-demand video and more.
Red Hat has updated Red Hat Academy, its open source education program for high school and postsecondary students.
Congress is close to approving a $1 trillion bill to fund the government for 2014 and 2015 that teeters in between the wishes put forward by the White House, the Democrat-controlled Senate, and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. The bill passed in the United States House of Representatives today 359-67 and will next be taken up in the Senate.
Blue Jeans Network's cloud-based video collaboration platform is now available through the Internet2 NET+ portfolio.
PhatWare has released version 3.0 of PhatPad for iPad, a note-taking and collaboration app featuring upgraded handwriting recognition technology.