Cornell University's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has teamed with a private partner to test and implement new technology for dynamic, optimal routing.
A report on instructional designers in post-secondary education found them to be pivotal to technology adoption but also noted that they face a number of obstacles, not the least of which is faculty resistance.
Duke University has entered a partnership designed to provide cleaner and more efficient power for itself and the surrounding community.
CMU will help advance the DPCI technology, which has the potential to be a transformative technology in the field of robotics.
Up-front cost savings and operational efficiencies are two of the main reasons some education consortia adopt a common learning management system. Over time colleges have also seen pedagogical benefits to using a common LMS, according to a new report from the California Community Colleges Online Education Initiative and Mindwires.
The University of Southern Indiana has launched an accelerated online master of business administration degree in an effort to make an MBA degree more accessible to residents of Indiana and neighboring areas.
The first students to complete a doctorate degree online have graduated from Pennsylvania State University.
Kettering University is launching three new fully online graduate certificate programs.
Western Governors University and Wiley have partnered to launch The Journal of Competency-Based Education, which has released its inaugural issue.
MIT’s Teaching Systems Lab will support grant winners as they conduct research on STEM teaching.