In anticipation of a fall semester full of hybrid and distance learning the University of Kentucky spent the summer overhauling its classroom technology campuswide.
In a trend across the country, Duke University has moved to a blend of remote and hybrid learning. To keep remote students engaged, Duke’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) has deployed 50 Zoom carts for professors to use during their classes.
As part of its COVID-19 response plan, Rice University has created a new student staff position: Technology Teaching Assistant.
When confronted with the need to create safe classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Texas at Austin is taking a rather futuristic approach.
Pepperdine University announced today that it has upgraded more than 160 classrooms to enable hybrid learning.
The University of New Mexico knows that IT modernization doesn’t come cheap, so it has set its sights on selling bonds as a means to fund campus projects.
For many colleges – Garrett College in Maryland included – COVID-19 has led to a rapid acceleration of classroom technology upgrades.
Building on the state of Kansas’ pioneer history, Fort Hays State University (FHSU) is adopting a pioneer spirit in its response to COVID-19.
College of the Desert, a public community college in Palm Desert, Calif., is still recovering from the consequences of a malware attack to its website on August 23 but moved forward to begin its online semester as planned earlier this week.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is launching a new initiative to invest $25 million in research projects dedicated to foundational data science principles.