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EduComm 2011: "A Lasting Effect"

Most colleges and universities attending EduComm send one or two, sometimes three, people to the conference. Last June, Life University (Ga.) sent seven of its administrators and faculty to learn from the breakout sessions and see the latest higher education technology on the EduComm exhibit floor.

What's New

Couldn't make it to Orlando for EduComm and InfoComm? Here's what you missed.

Taking Control

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

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Report from EduComm 2007

Session and product highlights from the fourth annual EduComm conference in Anaheim.

THE MOOD WAS BUOYANT IN ANAHEIM AT the fourth annual EduComm conference in June. During a three-day program, attendees were eager to pick up the latest tips and techniques to take back to their campuses, as well as get a peek at the newest products from A/V and IT vendors.

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Serving Up IT Help

Help desks are becoming faster, smarter, and stronger as new technologies--and security concerns--work their way into campus life.

When about 1,650 freshmen started their classes at Duke University (N.C.) last fall, they arrived bearing more than the typical tools of education. Each was equipped with an Apple iPod.

Behind The News

Critics blast Arizona plan; Diversity by the numbers; Book Review: The Quiet Crisis: How Higher Education is Failing America; No change for Pell; Free tuition in New Jersey; New file-swapping threat; U Akron drills for gas; TV network aims at college kids; SEVIS sets final fees; Costs rise at private schools; EduComm Conference features latest AV products

Community colleges and other critics want more say-so