Articles about Education
Eleven high school students are paying the price for keylogging their teacher's computers and changing grades as they willed.
The new notebook lineup is ruggedized and will start at $349 when it becomes available this spring.
Rajul Garg and Dinesh Singh have devised a cost-effective solution for the beleaguered Indian techie.
Education for the masses clashed with export law.. the law won.
A new survey suggests that the majority of American adults are concerned about how student data is collected, stored and shared in schools.
Wi-fi performance in many schools is bad, so some conclude they don't have enough bandwidth. That may be true, but network management may also fix the problem.
Apple's push to bring educational tools and content to the masses continues this week with word that its iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager will now be available in more than 50 countries throughout Asia, Europe and Latin America.
Khan Academy's free education materials (covering everything from beginner computer programming to chemistry, history and finance) will be available to those who sign up for Comcast's broadband adoption program.
Welcome to the official 2013 edition of our ZDNet DIY-IT Gift Guide. This year, in honor of 2013, we present to you 14 interesting and useful products that the DIY-ITer in your life will find particularly useful, fun, or cool.
Ada's Technical Books in Seattle recently relocated, adding a cafe and more technical science, security, sci-fi and engineering books than before into its breathtaking new location.
The point of schooling is to prepare children to function in the workplace, so why are governments ignoring the key trends that will shape our students' futures?
Raspberry Pis, Arduinos, microscopes and soldering lessons to help children teach themselves the STEM skills that are vital for economic development.
It had its share of problems, but Apple Maps is back with a vengeance. Powered by some jaw-dropping 3D graphics and enjoying an aggressive multi-platform strategy, Apple is finally set to redefine our geospatial expectations – and take Google down a few notches.
Major consolidation and virtualisation program will see Australian National University's tier one and two apps running on up to 900 virtual machines.
New research suggests that for IT to improve student skills, teachers have to be given adequate support in the classroom.