JourneyEd.com, a reseller of education technology, has launched a new technology leasing service for K-12 and higher education.
MakerBot has introduced a number of new 3D printer products it says will better serve the needs of educators.
Colleges and universities now have a new tool for sending personal messages directly to individual students' mobile devices.
Excelencia in Education received $1.5 million from an educational philanthropy and a private foundation to serve a common interest – the advancement of effective and evidence-based practices for Latino college students.
Medskl offers medical school professors and students free access to alternative learning materials from top medical professionals around the world.
An education technology company that provides a platform to help the campus community locate multimedia assets to use in their work has launched an expanded service.
The National Security Alliance is hosting an annual exercise for students and professors to apply programming skills to solve problems related to national security.
An experiment by MIT to test out a credential program delivered as a MOOC has blossomed into 19 different "micro-masters" offered by nearly as many members of the edX consortium.
A new initiative is intended to close the gap between the number of students in Chicago Public Schools who aspire to earn a college degree (75 percent) and those who are projected to do so within 10 years of starting high school (18 percent). The To&Through Project is a joint effort of the Urban Education Institute and Network for College Success, both organizations based at the University of Chicago.
A team of researchers at MIT believe they've created a way to recognize basic emotions with signals transmitted from the closest wireless router.