Industry News

The Undergraduate Student Instrument Program is an educational flight opportunity sponsored by NASA's Science Mission Directorate to promote STEM by providing a hands-on Earth or space science flight project experience.

7/17/2014

Colorado Technical University has launched Fast Track, a set of technology-driven learning assessments that allow students to earn credit toward their associate or bachelor's degree for the knowledge and skills they bring with them to the university.

7/16/2014

Minnesota State University Moorhead in Minnesota empowered graduates and their families to share their experiences with social media at their recent commencement ceremony, and they used the Show Control System installed by Daktronics Inc. to help make it happen.

7/16/2014

D2L - the EdTech company that created Brightspace, the world's first truly integrated learning platform, announced it has collaborated with Microsoft to offer D2L Binder on all Windows 8 devices. 

7/16/2014

California Gold Corp. DBA MV Portfolios, Inc., a Jacksonville based intellectual property development and licensing company, announced its strategy to partner with U.S. and international universities, and certain inventors, in funding development and commercialization of carefully selected patent portfolios.

7/16/2014

Adapt Courseware, which provides state-of-the-art adaptive learning multimedia, has expanded its repository with new dynamic interactives, succinct video lectures, engaging practice exercises and rich assessments.

7/16/2014

Augusoft announced Pearson Workforce Education self-paced online classes will now be available through Lumens, a cloud-based enrollment management system designed for the unique needs of continuing education and workforce development programs.

7/15/2014

Code42 , the leader in endpoint data protection and management, announced significant momentum in the higher education vertical, driven by increasing adoption of Internet2’s NET+ CrashPlan service.

7/15/2014

Energy Focus, Inc., a leader in LED lighting technologies, announced Wayne State University, a nationally recognized metropolitan research institution with 29,000 students and 100 buildings comprising over one million square feet, has selected Energy Focus' tubular LED lighting products to replace its existing T12 fluorescent lighting.

7/15/2014

Mobile production is most often associated with the world of sports and large entertainment events, but a growing contingent of non-broadcast organizations are looking to outside production teams to increase quality and expand audience reach.

7/15/2014

The University of Iowa launched a major marketing drive. The campaign combines advertising, outreach visits and social media to help tell the university’s story more widely. Spots will begin appearing today on television and radio stations across the state, as well as online.

7/15/2014

Nearly 500 non-tenure track faculty at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign won a major victory by forming a union, which was certified by the labor relations board. This win is part of a trend in higher education where faculties are pushing back against college administrators turning university teaching into an unstable, temporary job.

7/14/2014

Axiom EPM, a provider of cloud-based financial planning and performance management software, announced an increase in demand for its higher education performance management solutions.

7/14/2014

In time for back-to-school season, AMD announced the results of its national Back-to-School Technology Usage Survey of college-bound students about their technology preferences and purchase habits.

7/14/2014

The College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State, in partnership with Tripwire, Inc ., announced that the top 25 percent of vulnerability management contributors scanned their networks nearly continuously and had an average aggregate host risk score of 2.14 using the Common Vulnerability Scoring System.

7/14/2014

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