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Create a competitive edge with an interactive learning environment

In 2015, Moravian College created a new rehabilitation sciences department—but administrators knew these wouldn’t be traditional classrooms. They wanted students to master the physical sciences using hands-on learning and cutting-edge technologies. A similar approach can be used for any higher ed facility looking to boost interest and enrollment. 

Helping the haphazard college student

April, 2017
ACADEMIC TRIUMPH—At Greenfield Community College, peers get paired with students needing help with organization and other executive function challenges to model the kinds of behaviors that result in success in college.

First-year college students with executive function (EF) difficulties arrive on campus and can be overwhelmed by the independence.

Colleges need to teach Ph.D.s how to teach

March, 2017
Donna Fletcher is a higher ed professor of finance at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Legislators, parents and students are not the only ones asking questions about the cost and quality of higher education.

Detecting unoriginal student work with insightful software

Over ten years ago, members of the humanities division at Blinn College, a two-year community college with four campuses and 18,000 students in central Texas, long suspected students were either not submitting original copy or working with peers on projects when collaboration wasn’t allowed.
 

Proposing a liberal arts and technical education armistice

December, 2016
Bill Path is president of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

Despite its sometimes rigid conventions and customs, higher education is still very good at finding innovative solutions to problems that face students. Today’s college graduates are struggling. They need the technical skills to enter the modern workforce and the ability to advance their careers—not one or the other.

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5/16/2017

Colleges and universities face an increasingly competitive environment for attracting and retaining students.  These challenges are further complicated with tighter funding constraints and the need to keep up with the latest technological advancements to remain competitive. Student ID card systems are not immune to these pressures; outdated ID technology can result in increased costs, long wait times for students, as well as privacy and security issues.

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5/15/2017

You are invited to hear CIOs from five institutions speak candidly about managing campus technology, building a talented IT team, creating an ITIL environment and other common challenges. This informative session will be broadcast live from the TeamDynamix Client Summit in Chicago.

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5/11/2017

College and university leaders manage large datasets that are compiled across people, departments and systems. Producing quality performance reports, institutional effectiveness measures, and academic data can be a challenge in today’s environment. In addition to maintaining reliable and accurate data, higher ed leaders are continually asked to do more work, with more depth—but without additional resources.

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5/9/2017

The current generation of prospective business students expects more from potential institutions than students of the past did. Identifying the best-fit students, as well as engaging and recruiting them, is more challenging than ever before.

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5/4/2017

The new generation of students and parents has a unique perspective on viewing and paying tuition bills, and a different set of expectations when it comes to the eCommerce options available at their college or university. Understanding and responding to these changing expectations is crucial, not only to remain competitive as an institution, but also to improve efficiency and reduce costs by taking advantage of current tools, technologies and strategies in billing and payments.

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