Articles about Education
The higher education platform is dubbed Workday Student and features analytics and object modeling to manage the student academic cycle. Components will be rolled out starting in 2014.
A new survey suggests that most students believe their online activity is monitored by school officials.
What apps can make your life as a teacher a little easier?
The open group has reached a significant milestone in its certification program for enterprise architects.
A new patent application filed by the tech giant would give parents ultimate, absolute control over their children's smartphones and tablets.
MACH, a PC-based system developed at MIT, can coach people to improve their social skills and perform better in job interviews. It could also help people who don't have good interpersonal skills to be more successful at work.
Microsoft's decision to pull its highest-level certification across its product lines caught many off-guard.
For anyone doing some last minute back-to-school shopping, a tablet is increasingly a good idea.
Our educational system is similar to a siloed, rigid corporate IT system. Breaking it up into flexible, deliverable services under a governance umbrella may be just what is needed.
Machines and systems equipped with their own values and objectives are bringing a new level of sophistication to a range of applications across defence, customer service and gaming.
Parents and friends can pitch in with their Bing search reward points to help schools get Surface RT tablets.
Does wearable technology have a place in future classrooms?
It's that time of year again -- but what tools, gadgets and apps are useful or necessary for starting college?
With back-to-school shopping in full swing, here's a look at 10 (mostly) affordable notebooks for students returning to the classroom. Most of them are helped by Intel's new fourth-generation Core processors (a.k.a. Haswell), which manage to improve both performance and battery life. That will come in handy for those all-night study sessions -- or YouTube viewing marathons.
Mimicking Workday and Trulia, the U.S. online education hub files -- secretly! -- for an initial public offering.