A community college system in southern California has implemented a set of application delivery controllers as part of a multi-year transition to a new student information system.
American colleges and universities could face a much tougher environment in attracting international students for the fall 2017 semester. Two of the top four sources for those students –– South Korea and Saudi Arabia –– are in decline, and the other two sources –– India and China –– are seeing growth slow.
Dremel, a manufacturer of tools and printers, has donated 70 3D printers to 35 schools and universities nationwide in its #LearnMakeGive contest. Selected through public voting, the winning designs reflect the creativity and ingenuity of 3D-printed ideas that give back to schools and communities. Each institution will receive two Dremel Idea Builder 3D printers and filament.
Projects funded through the newly launched Science Everywhere Innovation Challenge will be used as part of a research study at the University of Virginia.
Pepperdine University is expanding its online education efforts with two new degree programs, to be launched this fall through a partnership with 2U.
The "Pay for Success" competition offers technical support for projects intended to expand career and technical education programs for underserved and high-needs youth, funded through a partnership between Social Finance and Jose for the Future.
Google is releasing two new Chromebooks for the education market that aim to be more versatile and practical for the everyday student.
The provider of visual collaboration solutions has launched a line of IFPs that come with free collaboration software and offer AVer wireless document camera integration.
McGraw-Hill Education today introduced Connect2, a new course design, management and delivery platform for higher education.
Cisco has unveiled a touch-based, three-in-one collaboration device that combines wireless presentation, digital whiteboarding and videoconferencing.