When a student gets accepted to a top-10 ranked program like the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, they’re entering the most challenging, rigorous educational environment they’ll ever experience.
As technology advances and students remain on the cutting edge, colleges and universities have no choice but to keep up. That means ensuring that students can access the information they need, whenever they need it, from whatever device they choose.
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in North Carolina has undertaken an ambitious technology strategy across the institution, designed to simplify the student experience, increase access to technology for students regardless of socioeconomic status, and enable access to multiple tools that students will use later in the workforce.
In the last few years, video in education has gone from a luxury addition, to a must-have item. Video use cases went from simple lecture capture to a myriad of creative possibilities—from teacher-student collaborations, through campustubes, to in-video quizzes and interactive tools, and more—available anywhere, on any device.
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.
With smartphones everywhere on campus, students and staff members expect complete mobile access to everything from course assignments and grades to events and sports news. So how do you identify and implement a platform for seamlessly connecting your school’s entire information infrastructure with mobile devices?
For the past six years, with Mediasite as the backbone of its video initiative, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania has recorded everything happening on campus.