Industry News

Attorney General Pam Bondi announced that her office has entered an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance with Kaplan Higher Education, Kaplan Higher Education Campuses and Kaplan University.

6/19/2014

SpinetiX, a manufacturer of digital signage software and media players, will showcase a variety of digital signage solutions for specific vertical markets at the InfoComm trade show in Las Vegas, NV, June 18 - 20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

6/19/2014

Atomic Learning, a leader in online professional learning, launches a skills assessment feature for its award-winning technology training solution. The interactive skills assessments provide users with a means to gauge their progress mastering the skills taught through the company’s library of tutorials.

6/18/2014

RPI’s Perceptive Content (formerly ImageNow) consultants will be attending the UBTech conference, offering insight on how leveraging ImageNow can help streamline common pain points in higher education’s business process and workflows.

6/18/2014

Video technology applications are only limited by our imagination. Recording and broadcasting class lectures, classroom projects, role-playing activities, debating, MOOCs as well as areas of artistic expression, enhances the learning process, whilst engaging the students and staff in the pursuit of academic success.

6/18/2014

DEA, the leading provider of facility scheduling and event management software, announced the release of EMS Regics 3.0. This is the latest update to DEA’s widely held collaborative event registration and survey software.

6/18/2014

Leading US-based beauty education provider, Empire Education Group, has gone live with campusM, providing core information to students on an omni-channel basis. It was important for Empire not to put students without mobile devices at a disadvantage, so as well as deploying campusM’s range of native apps, the organization has also implemented our responsive lean portal solution for desktop browser access.

6/18/2014

Visix, Inc. will exhibit for the first time at the annual UB Tech Conference in booth 117, June 16 and 17 at The Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Visix will demonstrate digital signage solutions for higher education campuses, including content management software, interactive wayfinding and Power over Ethernet room signs.

6/17/2014

University of Alabama students are now enjoying a seamless integration of College Scheduler’s student schedule planner with their DegreeWorks education plans. From the add course screen in College Scheduler, students can add all courses from their degree plan in one click.

6/17/2014

Software resellers and academic institutions looking for a fast and reliable method of deploying the new Microsoft Student Advantage program can now offer the full benefits of the program to students through a new provisioning service launched by Kivuto Solutions Inc.

6/17/2014

Spectrum, a continuous innovator in Higher Ed recruitment for colleges around the country, marks its debut at the 2014 UBTech. Spectrum, with its groundbreaking enrollment software, presents a joint case study into how its innovative college marketing solutions helped to produce the largest enrollment yield in 30 years for Stephens College.

6/17/2014

Edtech training leader Atomic Learning announced it has joined the Desire2Learn Partner Network to continue to enhance the integration of Atomic Learning’s award-winning technology training content into the Desire2Learn Integrated Learning Platform.

6/17/2014

FSR, leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, is showing its new HuddleVU multi-user collaboration system at this year’s UBTech. Available in three models, HuddleVU will be on display at Booth 317.

6/16/2014

NComputing, a leader in client virtualization, announced its participation at UBTech 2014, a national summit on technology and leadership in higher education. The event will be held June 16-18, 2014, in Las Vegas.

6/16/2014

Thanks to new technology from AcademyOne, in the near future Tennessee community college students who transfer to four-year universities before completing associate degrees can be awarded those degrees as soon as academic requirements are met—even at another institution.

6/16/2014

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