'Galahad' tool lets cyber researchers monitor apps in the public cloud
New open-source software developed by the University of Texas at San Antonio aims to dilute security concerns surrounding public cloud platforms.
As online bullying statistics rise, educators seek solutions
Reports of cyberbullying rose in recent years, and though researchers quibble about what the numbers mean, they all agree there's a problem.
Three ways edtech usage data can yield classroom insights
Commentary: Edtech researchers are drilling into data to find users who need extra help, said edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey.
Duke researcher apologizes for exposing student images to Chinese military
A database containing images of 2,000 students has now been used by organizations around the world, including two Chinese military research academies.
Calculus video game boosted test pass rates say Texas A&M researchers
Playing a custom-built video game was shown to significantly improve test scores in introductory calculus classes.
'Challenge Map' puts school needs first in education research
Commentary: Identifying goals and challenges and writing a plan are crucial for schools seeking maximum benefit from research partnerships.
Homelessness, 'smart cities' research centers announced at Portland State University
New research centers are designed to bring a multi-disciplinary approach to two of urban America’s most challenging topics.
Hands-on experience matters for maintaining girls' confidence in STEM subjects, study finds
Microsoft surveyed girls and young women about their experiences with developing and using science, technology, engineering and math skills.