Gilfus Education Group Predicts Top Five Education Innovation Trends for 2010 and 2011

Attendees of Educause 2010 can witness tangible evidence of Emerging…

NACUBO CALL FOR PROPOSALS!

NACUBO Annual Meeting Tampa, July 9–12, 2011 The Call for…

Promise of Communities in Education

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Authors: Stephen Gilfus Foreword the Gilfus Education…

Barnes & Noble Launches “NookStudy” for Students

Today, Barnes & Noble announced its next move, launching NookStudy, a software solution that gives students access to eTextbooks and other digital content and organizational tools for learning. The company also launched a textbook rental service. Barnes & Noble claims it is now the first and only major online retailer giving college students textbooks in new, used, rental, and digital formats.

CourseSmart Collaborates with Leading Colleges and Universities to Increase Instructor Efficiencies with Instant Access to eTextbooks

CourseSmart, the world’s largest digital course materials provider, today announced the first group of colleges and universities that have been selected to participate in the company’s Faculty Instant Access program. The program provides instructors with convenient, instant access to more than 90% of core higher education textbooks as eTextbooks from within the campus systems they use every day. The select higher education institutions, which are widely-regarded as innovators, span a diverse array of public, private, four-year, two-year, large and small institutions across the U.S. including Arizona State University, Auburn University, Case Western Reserve University, LeTourneau University, Minnesota State University - Mankato, Savannah College of Art and Design, Texas A&M University, the University of Central Florida and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.