Register |  Lost Password?
eSchool News

Articles by Denny Carter

Lawmakers to colleges: No more social media prying
Dennis has covered higher education technology since April 2008, having interviewed some of the most recognized IT pros in U.S. colleges and universities. He is always updating eCampus News with the latest in pressing ed-tech issues, such as the growing i

Lawmakers to colleges: No more social media prying

Lawmakers to colleges: No more social media prying

College students’ social media privacy is officially a bipartisan issue.…

Number of college applications affected by social media triples

Number of college applications affected by social media triples

College applicants shouldn’t shut down their various social media accounts, experts said, but they should heavily edit their online comments, photos, and videos, as thousands of applications were marred last…

Gates Foundation supports college readiness apps

Gates Foundation supports college readiness apps

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is awarding upwards of $100,000 to developers who propose apps and online tools that help high school students prepare for college, fund their schooling,…

Students publish ed-tech textbook on iBookstore

Students publish ed-tech textbook on iBookstore

At Georgia College, educational technology could spawn more educational technology.…

Anatomy of a school construction project

Anatomy of a school construction project

Before a ribbon is sliced by comically oversized scissors, before a brick is laid or an architect is chosen, before voters approve funding for a sparkling new school building, there…

Top campuses jump into the free online course game

Top campuses jump into the free online course game

A dozen of the country's top universities will make courses available for free on the open online class site Coursera by the beginning of 2013. The announcement was made on…

Experts: UVa.’s Coursera partnership far from an embrace of online learning

Experts: UVa.’s Coursera partnership far from an embrace of online learning

The University of Virginia will make four of its courses available for free online in 2013 after the campus’s governing board last month cited a lack of web-based courses in…

Dell jumps into lecture capture

Dell jumps into lecture capture

The proliferation of online courses and the flipped learning model has created demand in higher education for lecture capture systems, and officials at technology giant Dell said July 9 they…

Venture capital funding for ed tech at ‘unprecedented’ levels, expected to rise

Venture capital funding for ed tech at ‘unprecedented’ levels, expected to rise

Big-money investors poured more money into educational technology companies in 2011 than during the heady dot-com days of the late-1990s, according to a national market analysis that credits investor knowledge,…

Colleges taking a team approach to eTextbooks

Colleges taking a team approach to eTextbooks

Reining in exorbitant textbook costs is no longer a campus-by-campus venture: A unified approach, powered by EDUCAUSE and the Internet2 consortium’s NET+ cloud-based collaborative purchasing program, could make low-cost electronic…

Page 1 of 49123Next ›Last »