In some classes, smartphones are viewed as aid, not barrier, to learning
Professors teaching Temple's "Mosaic" Intellectual Heritage courses are testing a variety of ways to increase student inclusion and participation, including one in which students are encouraged to use their smartphones to tweet during and after classroom discussions.
February 20, 2013
Tech licensing revenue hits all-time high at Temple
Temple set a new milestone in the past fiscal year for revenues received from licensing agreements for university-developed technologies, doubling the amount received last year.
July 11, 2012
Temple faculty experiment with alt-textbooks
Last year, the rising tide of anger and frustration over the costs of college textbooks among students and faculty prompted Steven Bell to design the alternative textbook project, which he piloted this past fall at Temple.
January 27, 2012
Substantial job growth in digital forensics
In the Media
Computer data can last forever. Every hard drive contains every site visited, every photo and article downloaded — and erasing it is a lot harder...
October 12, 2011
Technology, close parental relationships are changing how young people transition to college
It’s orientation for Temple University’s incoming freshmen, and both students and their parents are coming to terms with the reality of their impending separation.
August 3, 2011