U. Notre Dame expands online course offerings with Everspring deal
New courses centered on the use of data for philanthropy and global development will be offered through Everspring's online platform.
From Biden administration, higher ed leaders want connectivity, innovation, support
Early policies on student loan relief indicate a positive trend, one edtech leader told EdScoop, but some still seek "a general reversal from the last four years."
The edtech industry is booming in 2021
Direct-to-consumer models are popular, but big firms like Coursera and CampusLogic continue to thrive, too, with encouragement from the health crisis.
Biden's education secretary pick called an experienced educator, edtech advocate
Connecticut education Commissioner Miguel Cardona would be a strong advocate for educational technology if picked as education secretary, predicted a former colleague.
Some pandemic-era edtech here to stay, says Bradley University professor
Bradley University's Dean Cantu said the pandemic has transformed how education is used in universities, but only the substantive tools will stick around.
New website for university faculty will explain remote-teaching tech
Two universities teamed up with a nonprofit group to curate a collection of videos and articles to guide faculty toward more effective digital tool use.
Arizona State launches virtual wildlife sanctuary for biology students
Through a new partnership with the virtual reality company Dreamscape Immersive, ASU students will be able to immerse themselves in their subject matter, starting with biology.
Scannable signs keep Niagara U. students updated on COVID-19
By posting hundreds of signs around campus, university leaders hope to provide an easy to way to arm students with the most current information on pandemic guidance.
For fall semester, SDSU prepares 'ecosystem of approaches'
CIO Jerry Sheehan said that new technology and improvements to online learning will ensure students have continued access to quality education in the coming semester.