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Baby Boomers, Back to Campus

What would it be like to retire on a college campus? More older adults are about to find out.

Are We Covered?

With the first wave of wireless in place, higher ed institutions plan their next steps, boosting coverage everywhere from residence halls to classrooms.

"WIRELESS COVERAGE IS NO longer a showstopper anymore," observes Frank Monaco, chief information officer at <b>Pace University</b> (N.Y.). "It used to be a big thing, a selling point. But now it's expected, and if you don't have it, the students aren't coming."

Growing the Giving Tree

Non-alumni nurturing and the case for support.

A Sense of Security

Colleges and universities get serious about building access control.

Taking Control

Room control systems save time and money, and increase technology use in the classroom.
 

Targeting Student Gambling

As gambling rates rise on campus, schools are taking a harder look at the consequences and searching for solutions.

Learning to Think Like Your Clients:

Stanford Law School Dean Larry Kramer discusses the leadership behind the university's new law curriculum.

During his first year as a dean of the Stanford Law School, Larry Kramer spent most of it talking and listening to people-students, faculty, alumni, venture entrepreneurs, the various "consumers" of the school's "product," its graduates. It was out of this intensive dialogue that the seeds for the new plan for Stanford's "three-dimensional degree program" emerged. The plan, that has already stirred intense interest in the higher education and legal communities, was announced in November 2006.

A Guide for Video Procurement: What Every School Should Know about the Process of Selecting Video Solutions

College and university decision makers need help determining what steps to take in evaluating new technologies for their institutions.

In the wake of many tragic current events, schools across the nation are aggressively evaluating their current security solutions to ensure they are prepared for emergencies on campus. However, many decision makers within the educational system need help determining what steps should be taken in the evaluation process to ensure they invest in the right technologies for their needs.

Aiding through Outsourcing

Financial aid departments turn to outsourcing for some operations

FROM RAPIDLY EVOLVING STUDENT demographics and competitive pressures to regulatory changes, colleges and universities face new challenges all the time. One way to confront these realities in the financial aid office is to outsource some financial aid administration duties or student contact center services.

The ABCs of ECM

Enterprise content management isn't an oddity on college campuses-but the question now is, does it belong there?

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