A slide show of 2014’s best products in higher education.
HigherEdTD takes a look at ten of the most innovative people in higher education for 2014.
Highlight on 17 of 2014’s most innovative college projects.
Our readers chose eight technology products that have had a positive impact in their schools this year. See what made the list.
Northwest Elementary school won this year’s NEC $25,000 Tech Makeover Contest with a video entry inspired by the movie Frozen. Learn how this money helped the school replace broken, outdated technology and create a better classroom experience for student.
Lèman Preparatory School in Manhattan is known for its academics and cutting-edge use of technology. It’s classrooms feature interactive whiteboards, tablets, a Crestron control system and more to create fully digital, connected classrooms.
Big changes are coming to E-Rate. Find out how changes in funding are likely to affect your school.
Ruben Puentedura and Cyprien Lomas give educators a horizon report on higher education during a seminar at EDUCAUSE.
Dr. Robbie Melton gives a keynote speech at NUTN, demonstrating how healthcare and home technology surpasses the advancements in higher education, and how higher education is in desperate need to catch up.
Generation Z students are taking the world by force, tackling social issues, entrepreneurial motives, and project collaboration.