Most teachers in the United States are more worried about the potential for technology in the classroom to distract students than they are about privacy and security, according to a new survey from Instructure. Respondents also said, however, that they are optimistic about technology's potential to improve learning outcomes, increase access to education and boost the efficiency with which it's delivered.
The world's largest vendor of learning management systems has expanded its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings.
Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL, is upgrading its iPad initiative by providing all undergraduate day students and faculty with an iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.
A recent "technology integration showcase" gave in-service and experienced teachers at an Arizona school the chance to share what they'd learned from their experiences of learning how to integrate technology into their classrooms. The event was the culmination of a grant-funded program focused on teacher candidates attending Arizona State University's Teachers College.
The University of California, Berkeley has chosen a new discovery service in an attempt to provide library users with better results.
The George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, is holding its ninth annual Reading Discovery Program this week.
NEC Display Solutions has released the first projector in the 8,000-lumen laser category.
Acer has launched a new notebook, the TravelMate B117, that company officials say is its first product designed specifically with students in mind.
Two schools at the University of Southern California have joined forces to introduce a new master's degree in communication informatics.
Netgear has enhanced its new ProSAFE WAC730 and WAC720 802.11ac wireless access points to support controller management through the ProSAFE WC7600 and WC9500 controllers.