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Eileen Smith,  Vice President Marketing and Communications,  Jenzabar

Previously, students were looked at in a very fragmented way: They were either a recruit, an applicant, a student, a potential graduate, a lifelong learner or potential dropout. New tools have caused a shift in how higher ed is viewing students, we can now think of the student in a much more holistic way.

Linda Ding, Senior Education Program Strategist, Laserfiche

There are three challenges in achieving efficiencies through technology initiatives.

Joseph Gillio,  Senior Director, Strategic Planning & Marketing,  Casio America Inc.

Traditional projectors operate off of a mercury vapor lamp. Casio’s LampFree projectors use a blue laser, phosphor and a red LED light source. This is a major advantage for several reasons...

“The Wi-Fi is slow” is a common complaint. Poor performance on a Wi-Fi network has many different causes, but one common cause is the fact that airtime is shared among all Wi-Fi devices on the same channel in the same area. If too many devices are trying to transmit on the same channel, performance will slow down for everyone.

Too many access points on the same channel in the same area is known as co-channel interference (CCI)

Mediasite by Sonic Foundry addresses all capture and storage needs at the University of Florida

To say the University of Florida is dedicated to providing comprehensive, high-quality video services to its faculty, staff and students is an understatement. Since 2004, the institution has used Mediasite products from Sonic Foundry to allow users to create, publish, share and manage videos.

With SUBWAY®, students at a Michigan community college enjoy nutritious food as they study and socialize

Between classes, students at Jackson College, a community college located in southern Michigan, tend to gravitate to the Jets Hangar. The recently renovated student center serves as a gathering, studying and entertainment spot for the institution’s more than 7,000 residential and commuter students. The team at the college quickly realized a desirable dining option was necessary for the space.

In April 2015, the college turned to a local SUBWAY® franchisee, Bob Richardson, to inquire about opening a Subway restaurant at the Hangar.

Jenzabar GPS provides an end-to-end student lifecycle platform to boost success at Idaho university

When leaders at Brigham Young University-Idaho searched for a student success solution in 2012, they could not find an end-to-end system that encompassed every step of the student lifecycle. In 2013, BYU-Idaho partnered with Excelsoft, a technology solutions provider, to custom-design a comprehensive product for the institution’s 44,844 students.

“We had the manager from each of the relevant departments working directly to develop the solution,” said Amy LaBaugh, vice president of student life at BYU-Idaho.

Illinois institution uses Heartland OneCard to process dining and other financial transactions

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign processes approximately 543,000 point-of-sale transactions per month in its dining halls and on-campus restaurants for its 45,000 students. Visitors use a mix of dining plans and credit cards to pay for their meals. In January 2016, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign implemented Heartland OneCard, now part of the TouchNet family of products. OneCard is an easy-to-manage POS system and dining solution that provides a robust API which enables integration with different systems across campus.

With the addition of the CASHNet Mobile Payments App, 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, there is always something happening on campus.

However, until nine years ago there was no secure, hosted environment where students, staff, and visitors could purchase tickets to events with a credit or debit card.

“We also had students studying abroad who had the opportunity to do weekend trips, but there was no easy way for their parents to pay for trips from the U.S.,” says Linda Wilson, financial systems and services manager.

Institutions of all sizes are facing increased scrutiny of their student ID systems in light of recent security concerns. At the same time, budgets are tight for many colleges and universities, creating a number of common challenges when it comes to the business processes involved with issuing student IDs and maintaining an ID system.

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