Ryan Johnston

Ryan Johnston

Staff Reporter

Ryan Johnston is a staff writer for StateScoop and EdScoop, where he writes about city and community efforts to expand technology access and utilize public data.

Johnston graduated from Wake Forest University in December 2017 with a major in communications and a minor in journalism and Latin American studies. He interned with Scoop News Group as an undergraduate, and returned for a year-long editorial fellowship in January 2018.
Johnston is a Vermont native and an avid golfer and soccer player, and resides in Washington, D.C.

Higher Education

Ellucian expands edtech 'Experience' platform internationally

by Ryan Johnston • 1 week ago

Ellucian Experience, Ellucian's single sign-on and software development platform, is now available outside the U.S.

Higher Education

Predictive analytics are only as useful as the university culture around them

by Ryan Johnston • 1 month ago

Data analytics are a key tool for higher education institutions seeking to bolster student success, but don't expect a silver bullet, experts said.

Higher Education

VR in universities a welcome addition, but not yet 'plug-and-play'

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

Professors experimenting with VR in their classrooms report positive initial results, but they say creating the content is still a lot of work.

Higher Education

Purdue students are using VR to explore the cosmos, remotely

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

Virtual reality technology that wasn't feasible in the classroom just a few years ago is finding practical applications in a Purdue astronomy course.

Higher Education

Eight Virginia universities announce cybersecurity workforce projects

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

University students will get experience working on projects related to cybersecurity risk and bio-cybersecurity.

Higher Education

Miami Dade College, IBM partner to build tech-focused workforce

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

Miami Dade College will receive $10 million in assets from IBM over the next three years to expand its workforce development and technology programming.

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