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3-D printing holds much promise for extending learning, but schools should move away from traditional focuses on making things and instead simplify the process, according to one editorial. (more...)
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When Apple released its first iPad seven years ago, the company thought one area it would revolutionize was education. But today the device’s presence in classrooms is spotty.   Read (more...)
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Makerspaces, which often feature 3D technology, are an exciting development for colleges and universities. As part of this new approach to design, with its emphasis on encouraging student creativity (more...)
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A new facility at the University of Florida (UF) hopes to design, develop and test state-of-the-art Internet of Things (IoT) systems. The Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World will (more...)
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Spreading digital fluency is now a core responsibility of academic libraries, and Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT) are poised to amplify the utility and reach of library (more...)
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Here is the fairy tale version of Higher Ed that some traditionalists still tell themselves, and which has some elements of truth in it (as all fairy tales do). Once upon a time, the players on the (more...)
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We’re all used to controlling, optimizing and turning off classroom projectors with their remote controls, but there’s a better and easier way. You can connect to a projector remotely over your (more...)