higher education news
'Edtech Genome Project' seeks to guide billions in edtech spending
A new research project provides 10 variables for school leaders to gauge the success of edtech purchases as federal relief flows in.
'Harmonized' IT systems can diffuse cyber risk, says Duke services director
Duke University's Mary McKee recommended tackling cybersecurity using a "resource-based" approach.
Bombarded by devices, Bowling Green State expands wireless capacity
Bowling Green University CIO John Ellinger said an upgrade was overdue, but that technology has also changed since the last upgrade in 2012.
Everfi, creator of Alcohol.edu, sells off higher education arm for $100 million
The training and risk-management firm Vector Solutions bought the business and now claims customers at half of the U.S.'s degree-granting institutions.
Blackboard launches Center for Advancing Learning to address education policy
Organizers said the edtech firm's new center will begin by focusing on HBCUs and community colleges.
Sewanee's ‘App-store’ allows students to remotely use campus software
Through AppsAnywhere, students at the University of the South can remotely use tools like Microsoft Excel or Adobe Photoshop.
Ellucian expands edtech 'Experience' platform internationally
Ellucian Experience, Ellucian's single sign-on and software development platform, is now available outside the U.S.
UCLA taps Google Cloud for API project
A Google Cloud executive said APIs are unlocking data for organizations across universities, including at UCLA.
U. Wisconsin-Green Bay names a new CIO
Wendy Woodward, the former chief information officer of Wheaton College in Illinois, is UW-Green Bay's new CIO.
Instructure unveils its 'Edtech Collective'
The maker of the Canvas learning management system says its website offers space for companies to connect, spurring progress in edtech.