Proposed updates to rules governing the federal student privacy law, released in March, could have implications on procedures involving directories and databases.
Missouri U. of Science and Technology allows peer-to-peer traffic only for users who take online quiz on copyright infringement ... every time they download.
Asserting the competitor made only "cosmetic" changes to learning software found to infringe on dozens of patents, company says the new version violates court order.
Course management software company announces partnership with Syracuse U. to develop seamless connection to free alternative Sakai.
Storing digital data is becoming more essential to the work of librarians, who are trying to think in terms of the next 100 years -- a virtual eternity in computer time.
Panelists at Blackboard conference discuss how to marshal data from measurement tools to achieve notable outcomes -- like maintaining accreditation, for one.
Last day of Blackboard conference features educational bells and whistles galore. As for those handheld input devices: They might be more than just hype.
A start-up company from a former Blackboard executive is positioning itself to help colleges boost retention with communication tools ... and lots of data.
A start-up company is developing an application for the social networking site that would integrate with partner colleges and add privacy measures.
At Ivy Tech Community College, a system serving more than 115,000 students on 23 campuses, faculty members embrace instant messaging to maintain contact with their students.
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