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Secure e-payment system streamlines commerce for students at Washington institution

With the CASHNet® Mobile Payments App from Higher One, purchasing can be done anywhere, anytime at Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University is a private Jesuit institution with 7,400 students in Spokane, Washington. From club events to games played by its renowned men’s and women’s basketball teams, there is always something happening on campus. However, until eight years ago there was no secure, hosted environment where students, staff and visitors could purchase tickets to these events with a credit or debit card.

LECOM provides entire student body unprecedented protection

Student Protection Plus™ delivers travel assistance, balanced life assistance and life insurance

The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) has launched a proactive approach to three pressing issues facing students, and they’re ready to share their strategy. When one exceptional LECOM student was lost too soon due to a cancer diagnosis, administrators recognized that there was a set of needs their students have that were not being met.

Creating a Communications Strategy For An Online Program

Fostering Student Success by Enhancing the Online Experience

Online education is an increasingly common strategy for growing enrollment, improving retention and expanding course offerings to students outside of the traditional on-campus setting. However, an important but often overlooked consideration of any online strategy needs to be the “customer experience” for online students, beginning at the potential-student stage and continuing post-graduation.

The New Career Roadmap: How Colleges Can Help Students Build the Skills for Success

Keys to giving students an education that ensures success in their careers

Committed to being a true partner to colleges and universities by supporting student success, Barnes & Noble College recently partnered with Why Millennials Matter to launch a national study on the state of student career preparation and student perceptions about careers after college. In this web seminar, originally broadcast on October 23, 2014, attendees learned the key findings from the survey related to the career preparation roadmap, the skills that today’s employers are looking for, and how schools can help their students build these skills needed for success.

Projectors facilitate learning in smart classrooms at Minnesota university

With a variety of models, Sony serves all of St. Cloud State University’s projector needs

Back in 1991, St. Cloud State University in Minnesota had only three classrooms outfitted with projectors. Now the 16,000-student university has built nearly 200 “smart classrooms” with projectors hooked up to laptops at instructor workstations. The vast majority of those projectors are Sony models. “Sony makes a wide range of workhorse projectors,” says Kelly Larson, electronic classroom specialist at St. Cloud. “They are at the right price point for us, and quite easy and quick to set up.”

Virtual mobility solution reduces costs, improves IT services for large public university

At the University of South Florida, students are provided with anytime, anywhere access to applications they need through Citrix

The University of South Florida is one of the largest public universities in the nation, supporting more than 47,000 students across three separately accredited institutions. Its heritage of innovation means making the right technology available for students, professors and administrators, no matter where they are or when they need it. “Originally we provided thousands of desktops in computer labs across the university to give students access to the computing resources they needed for their classes,” says Craig Woolley, assistant vice president of IT support services for the university.

Creating A Mobile Campus IT Strategy

Working together and addressing challenges for creating a mobile campus

Addressing the technology needs of today’s students is becoming increasingly challenging, as students expect to have mobile access to any and all learning resources, anytime and anywhere, from any device. These challenges require new IT strategies for institutions; IT managers across campus need to work together with other administrators to address common problems, save money, build relationships and create value for the university.

Key Strategies to Migrate Analog Video to Digital on Your Campus

Practical and technical considerations when moving your campus from analog to digital

When UW-La Crosse saw the analog writing on the wall, it embarked on a multiyear project to transform tens of thousands of hours of video footage into searchable digital files. It turns out that removing the VCR cart from the classroom is complicated. In this web seminar, originally broadcast on October 21, 2014, Jim Jorstad, the university’s director of academic technologies, simplified the process.

Increase Student Engagement with Video: Experiences from Purdue University

Taking video from basic to cutting-edge at higher ed institutions

In the last few years, video in education has gone from a luxury addition to a must-have item.

Requirements for financial literacy education

Help students and schools keep costs in check

Financial literacy will likely become a mandatory initiative for colleges in the near future. 

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