Some colleges are experimenting with software that turns laptops into digital blue books, which could spell the end of the dreaded exam scribble.
Educause releases its annual survey, with notable gains for course management systems and open source software.
A new report examines what colleges spend to comply with Higher Education Act's provisions for guarding against illegal peer-to-peer file sharing.
In what could be the next significant shift for social networking in higher education, an upcoming Facebook app will help colleges track students, alumni and potential applicants.
Following its partnership to integrate with Sakai data, Blackboard backs development of a plug-in for Moodle, the other main open-source alternative in learning management software.
Annual survey of campus IT departments finds more spending reductions and embrace of cloud-based e-mail -- and mass adoption of emergency notification systems.
A study looks at freshman social networking habits and investigates whether the ubiquitous online tools could promote retention and recruitment goals, too.
North Carolina decided to boost first-generation and low-income enrollments in its colleges. Its solution? A Web portal and an online application drive at high schools.
An ongoing study of student network traffic at an Illinois university is already dispelling myths and raising new questions. It might also offer a way out of the policy deadlock.
A change in policy for how libraries can use and share online catalog data is causing a backlash among open-access proponents and some librarians.
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