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Education Data Integration Firm Lingk Gets NobleStream Fist Bump

Education consultancy NobleStream has added a new education technology partner to the roster of companies it works with in deploying solutions for its clients.

Arizona CC Hopes to Lift Student Success with Early Notifications, Support

Starting this fall an Arizona community college system will be automating collaboration workstreams among faculty, advisors and students to help it improve student outcomes and completion rates.

Destiny Solutions Updates Non-Traditional Higher Ed Management Software

Destiny Solutions has released a new version of its software, Destiny One, designed to help colleges and universities manage and support non-traditional education programs, including professional development, non-credit continuing education and corporate-sponsored training.



Syracuse U Invests $9 Million in Summer Updates to Classrooms, Campus

Classrooms at Syracuse University are undergoing renovation as part of the institution's efforts to create "21st century academic and research environments."

Top 7 Campus Technology Stories in June

From gamification to makerspaces, here's what was trending on our website last month.

New York Universities to Open Additive Manufacturing R&D Center

Three universities will be working with corporate partners to open and run a center dedicated to additive manufacturing and functional printing.

Wayne State and Merit Partner to Host Cyber Hub

The Michigan Cyber Range provides certification courses in more than 20 cybersecurity disciplines.

IBM, Blackboard Partner on Infrastructure Management, Cognitive Solutions

Blackboard and IBM have entered a partnership that will see the latter managing the ed tech company's datacenters and cloud infrastructure.

Grouping MOOC Students by Communication Mode Doesn't Help Completion

A research project at Pennsylvania State University looked at how to improve the completion rate for people who undertake massive open online courses — a rate that currently stands at a dismal 10 percent.

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