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.
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.
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.
Providing online education is an increasingly common strategy for increasing enrollment, improving retention and expanding course offerings to students outside of the traditional on-campus setting.
The rapid evolution of mobile technology is changing the way we learn, work and educate. Mobile students need mobile workspaces with on-demand, secure access to the apps, data and services they require, expanding beyond traditional methods to promote independent and exploratory learning—all without compromising security or compliance.
Document management holds tremendous potential for improving information security and recordkeeping compliance, streamlining processes and enabling colleges and universities to do more with less. Meanwhile, paper-heavy environments can lead to wasted time, reduced productivity and employee frustration.
The intense focus on student success has generated unprecedented pressure for improved retention and completion at institutions across the country and around the globe. At the foundation of an effective student success strategy is harnessing the right technology resources to drive results and positive outcomes.
Barnes & Noble College recently partnered with Why Millennials Matter to launch a national study on the state of student preparation and their perceptions related to careers after college.
Colleges and universities have widely embraced sustainability goals and commitments, from climate action plans to zero-waste goals. However, in order to see measurable results, they must address the largest growing waste stream in the United States – electronic waste or e-waste.
With the skyrocketing cost of higher education, today’s colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to demonstrate measurable value to constituents. Students, parents and regulators are looking closely at student outcomes, including persistence rates, completion rates and career placement, to determine this value.