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Ideas for using impressive video display wall technology across college campuses
Tech providers weigh in on the challenges colleges and universities tend to have with creating video display walls and how overcome them.
5 answers administrators need about how geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems can help keep campuses safe
Making decisions about whether everyone should know about geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems being used by safety officers
How higher ed institutions are keeping up with the demand for access to enterprise apps via mobile and keeping the data secure
Enterprise system providers offer perspective on how much of a need there is for campus administrators to access their enterprise systems via an app or a mobile-friendly website, and how is the industry overall doing to meet that need.
What do non-IT administrators on campuses need to know about hyperconvergence and its use in higher education?
How well are campus dining programs doing with meal delivery offerings, and what are some challenges to consider?
Pueblo Community College's Downtown Studio provides support to first-generation students, veterans, displaced workers and other at-risk potential students.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee added a biomedical department to the six departments already under its umbrella in 2016.
Driverless shuttles are gaining ground at colleges and universities as part of campus transportation planning.
Campus administrators who have coordinated successful virtual internships suggest these six steps for making them work.
How this infrastructure simplifies IT, improves performance and saves resources
Campus departments are making continuous efforts to save time and costs. Here are efficiency efforts worth modeling.
What do a private liberal arts college, a public community college and a high-ranking national university all have in common? Each recently reported six-figure occupational fraud losses. At Bethany College […]
Preparing to take a college-level course once meant simply heading to the campus bookstore and purchasing the textbook. Today, preparing for a course may require students to gather a wide […]
The high and rising cost of education, coupled with a vast range of low-cost options flooding the marketplace, has impelled much of higher education into an “adapt or die” mindset. […]
How an institution labels its continuing education division often reflects its mission or goals. Below are some examples of terminology used in the field—and insight into why each institution made […]
There are options beyond operating a university-owned computer repair center. Outside repair companies operating on campuses can save universities money in technician salaries and center administration costs. Best Buy’s Geek […]
For an increasing number of faculty members, class prep has gone high tech. It’s not about simply reviewing notes and planning course exercises. It also involves stepping in front of […]
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