Campus Technology: News Update

, Campus Technology: News Update

Campus Technology: News Update


  • Virtual Ed Platform Adds Integration with Canvas

    InSpace, a new virtual education platform that allows students and instructors to interact online much like they would in physical spaces, has announced integration with Instructure’s Canvas learning management system.


  • 5G Drives Device Growth, Begins to Push Out 4G

    The price of mobile connectivity is on the rise as 5G begins to shut out 4G. 5G phones are significantly more expensive than 4G phones, and that gap is widening as 5G phones double in volume.


  • NSF Grant to Help UC Davis Build STEM Camp Program for Black/African-American Girls

    A California University has just received a $2.4 million grant to draw Black and African American girls into robotics and engineering. The funding from the National Science Foundation will enable the University of California Davis to do outreach through its Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education (C-STEM).


  • Notebooks Driving Growth in Computing Devices as Tablets Decline

    The computing device market is seeing slower-than-expected growth this year, owing largely to shortages caused by the public policy response to the pandemic. Nevertheless, overall growth in 2021 will be positive, according to a new report. However, that growth will continue to slow through 2025, with tablets actually going seeing negative growth. Education is one of the positive drivers.


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