Free online games teach students about the upcoming solar eclipse
Legends of Learning is now offering two eclipse-related games for free ahead of the solar eclipse that will cross the United States next month.
Report: With online college courses on the rise, some deans want to accelerate change
A survey of 100 deans in the U.S. found that online innovation is important to higher ed, though opinions on the quality of online education vary.
Tennessee education official: States need federal guidance on student data privacy
A hearing on education research and student privacy highlighted the need for FERPA updates and increased support.
Study: Edtech startups must prioritize student data privacy
The push has to come from companies and investors — and not just educational institutions, Carnegie Mellon researchers say.
SMART board's creators switch gears to push edtech software and interactive panels
As researchers predict slowing demand for interactive white boards, SMART Technologies is focusing on imbedding newest hardware and software technology into the entire learning process.
ZeeMee platform brings college applications to the video age
The application and social media platform hybrid allows students to submit video components to applications at participating colleges.