Higher education institutions can use big data sources to collect information in real-time in order to give students a better learning experience.
Marshall Electronics’ newest product line is helping colleges measure ROI through student enrollment and engagement.
CEO of Clinovo, Glenn Keet, discusses the benefits of electronic data capture, and how colleges can use it to better manage clinical data in a Q&A.
PowerSchool Group LLC (“PowerSchool”) has helped 25 Arizona School Districts report real-time data via the state’s new AzEDS (Arizona Education Data Standards) system. Releasing PowerSchool’s AzEDS Ed-Fi Reporting in Arizona is another step in the continuing process of embracing innovation in technology to benefit student learning.
MMS Student Information Platform was awarded Massachusetts SIF 2.7 Certification. MMS focuses on making it as easy as possible for districts to collect, manage, and report on accurate data, so that educators can focus on serving their communities and students. Massachusetts relies on the SIF Association’s specifications for student data because it is both comprehensive in scope, and allows for cross checks to ensure accuracy. With a Massachusetts SIF certification, MMS helps Massachusetts districts receive the funding it is entitled to, and ensuring that each district has access to quality, free, teaching and learning resources.
Vernier Software & Technology’s Go Wireless Link helps students and teachers wirelessly collect scientific data from their tablets and mobile devices. Science and STEM classrooms are able to collect data and perform data analysis through the low-cost Go Wireless Link and Vernier sensors.
Higher learning is embracing technology and beginning to shift its learning methods. What does the education system of the future look like? Read on.
See how D2L’s Brightspace platform helped Academy Online High School give students the tools for success.
Big Data is the latest technology buzzword. It’s discussed in industries as different as Corporate America and education. Everybody’s talking about it, but what is it? How do you use it? And what does it mean for K-12 education?
Techaisle CEO Anurag Agrawal discuses Business Intelligence trends among small- to medium-sized businesses.