Thursday, May 25, 2017

TechEDU

TechEDU

by Ry Rivard (courtesy InsideHigerEd) The Georgia Institute of Technology plans to offer a $7,000 online master’s degree to 10,000 new students over the next three years without hiring much more than a handful of...

by TiA Staff Here are the top 10 and you'll find the Top 100 below. Global research and advisory firm Universum recently culled its data to find the 100 most attractive employers for engineering students. How? They...

ST. LOUIS -- A Washington University electrical engineering professor is suing credit card processor Square in the latest legal dispute over the company's mobile plug-in technology.Robert E. Morley Jr. sued Square and company founders...

   Madhavi Ghare is a guest contributor, @MadhaviGhare. According to biology, the term 'evolution' has been defined as 'the change in the inherited traits of a population from a generation to the next'. The idea is...

courtesy M.I.T. web.mit.edu/newsoffice In 2006, when Tomás Palacios completed his PhD in electrical and computer engineering at the University of California at Santa Barbara, he was torn between taking a job in academia or industry. "I wanted...

courtesy NJIT.edu NJIT Professor Ali Akansu, PhD, wants to prevent another flash crash on Wall Street.  An electrical and computing engineer who is an expert in the relatively...

A survey of 2,462 Advanced Placement (AP) and National Writing Project (NWP) teachers finds that digital technologies are shaping student writing in myriad ways and have also become helpful tools for teaching writing to...

A North Carolina school district has suspended the use of 15,000 tablets after reports of multiple hardware issues, including the device’s charger melting at home. Guilford County Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green has suspended the...

courtesy MIT,  click here for a direct link to site Today, MIT released a report to President L. Rafael Reif called “MIT and the Prosecution of Aaron Swartz,” compiled by Professor Hal Abelson and a Review...

By Hiten Samtani, courtesy School Library Journal/TheDigitalShift A young patron sits down to a recording session at the “creation station” of the Darien (CT) Library. Photograph by Dru Nadler. Andrew Carle, a technology educator at Flint High School...

by Adam Dawood, courtesy techinasia.com Pakistani startups Groopic and Tunacode have been accepted to be part of this summer’s Blackbox Connect program.The two-week Blackbox Connect program is held in Silicon Valley for international startups and gives them the...

by Susan Davis, courtesy blogs.hbr.org - If you believe the hype, technology is going to help us end global poverty. Advances have indeed made a huge difference in the lives of the poor, but there's...