Numecent and Software2 team up to help universities deploy Microsoft Windows applications in the cloud.
Coursera today announced that it is partnering with NetEase, a China-based Internet company to extend its courses to millions of people in the region.
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For the first time a brick and mortar educational institution, Antioch University, will offer Coursera MOOCs (massive open online courses) for credit as part of a bachelor’s degree program. This announcement could be one of the first tremors in a seismic shift in higher education.
University of California, Berkeley, that hotbed of civil unrest as well as academic achievement, has become the latest university to move from its old-fashioned e-mail system to the Google Apps for Education cloud.
Twenty-nine universities in the US have banded together to bring incredibly fast gigabit Internet access to their campuses and surrounding communities.
In an effort to extend its reach to college students, burgeoning location check-in service Foursquare announced its “Foursquare for Universities” program today. The program looks to help students and staff connect with each other and explore their campus by offering its popular site-wide check-in, tips, and badges offering in a centralized, targeted way.