It’s a professional school for the digital age.
His college-search portal, Noodle, can cut through the clutter and help searchers find what’s really useful, he says.
Using apps and virtual-reality environments, a professor brings African-Americans’ past to life in the classroom.
For her, the work of providing open-access learning materials is more than a business; it’s a social-justice cause.
Women like to solve problems and to be seen as creative, says a female computer scientist who leads a college.
The website helps the University of Tennessee at Martin tap into parental interest to try to improve retention rates.
The study he did with Facebook caused a huge backlash. Is there a better way?
Animating her work is a conviction that technology needs to be not just used but questioned.