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3 years ago
Mersive was one of the breakout stars of last year's InfoComm. With Solstice, the company's media sharing/collaboration product, attendees were given a glimpse of what a truly converged world might (more...)
4 years ago
The stigma of online education as being inferior persists but is gradually fading, according to a new Gallup and Lumina Foundation survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults. Thirty-seven percent of (more...)
4 years ago
When I fell for 3D printing, I was surprised. (more...)
4 years ago
More than 64 percent of Americans now own a smartphone, and among those ages 18 to 24, it’s 79 percent, according to The Nielsen Company. That adoption makes smartphone apps an effective way to (more...)
4 years ago
The flipped classroom model has been a mainstay at some of the best institutions over the past decade, and adoption is rising rapidly.  In a recent study done by Sonic Foundry and the Center for (more...)
4 years ago
If you’re a typical higher ed technology manager, you’ll spend much of the next two to three years helping faculty integrate IT into their teaching. You’re also skeptical about massive, open, (more...)
4 years ago
Dordt College, a 1,400-student college in Sioux Center, Iowa, is spread over 150 acres with 27 buildings. Having found that their legacy Wi-Fi system was not keeping up with growing student demand, (more...)