Anti-Cheating Crusader Vexes Some Professors

About two years ago, Princeton officials announced that they had no intention of using Turnitin, the popular antiplagiarism software sold by Mr. Barrie's company, iParadigms LLC. When an enterprising reporter at the student newspaper called the company's founder to ask for a comment, Mr. Barrie obliged: He called the university soft on cheating. | 0 Comments


ACU first university in nation to provide iPhone or iPod touch to all incoming freshmen

An Apple iPhone or iPod touch will become a central part of Abilene Christian University's innovative learning experience this fall when all freshmen are provided one of these converged media devices, said Phil Schubert, ACU executive vice president. | 0 Comments


PGP Responds to Cold Boot Attack Paper

PGP has posted a response to the recently published paper about the Cold Boot Attack, which describes how attackers with physical access to computers can take advantage of the fact that some encryption products store their keys in DRAM. | 0 Comments

National Campus Safety and Security Project Launched [Blog]

EDUCAUSE has joined with NACUBO and several other higher education associations to launch a national campus safety and security project. The project team will conduct an 18-month study that will examine threats of every nature facing colleges and universities and develop guidelines for campus emergency management plans for prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery. | 0 Comments

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