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4/3/2018

Delivering online learning has become crucial to satisfying the learning demands of nontraditional learners—who are quickly becoming considered “new traditional” learners. Meeting these evolving demands is a moving target for institutions, and as a result, there are a variety of important considerations that are vital to building an online learning program that succeeds both today and in the future.

3/28/2018

Conducting meaningful conversations with stakeholders is vital to inform and validate the strategic direction of any institution. However, many traditional methods of gathering this input—such as surveys or town hall meetings—are flawed and can be misleading, often being disproportionately influenced by the loudest or most negative voices.

3/27/2018

Campus mail rooms were originally designed to handle letters, and only the occasional package delivery. But today, because of online commerce, that situation has reversed, and many institutions are struggling to handle the volume of packages received on campus. This can create a complicated, inconvenient and costly scenario for students, faculty and the institution.

3/20/2018

The leadership of The Ohio State University identified a need for an enterprise-wide learning management solution (LMS) to deliver, track, manage and report on non-academic learning opportunities such as compliance, professional development and other training.

3/8/2018

The costs of higher education continue to challenge students, while the pressure to reduce administrative overhead and improve efficiency is constant for institutions and their executive leaders. Taking the right approach to student payment plans is one way to address both of these concerns.

12/12/2017

How can institutions embrace transparency and flexibility around changing models of revenue and cost mix, student success and graduation rates?  We will share additional insights in how to meet student, institutional, system and/or political goals in the changing world of higher education. Whether your challenges are within a single institution or across a statewide system, you will hear how modern technology can support your journey for future success.

12/7/2017

Faced with rising costs of higher education, many students are deciding not to purchase required course materials, therefore going through their semester without the tools they need to learn and succeed. Some 50 percent of students say avoiding or delaying these purchases negatively impacts their grades.

12/5/2017

Colleges and universities have become a favorite target of cybercriminals because of the sheer volume of student information they handle—and the fact that payment processing happens all over campus, from the ticketing office to the bursar’s office to the cafeteria. In addition to endangering students and damaging the reputation of the institution, the financial costs of a data breach could include legal representation, fines, and the expense of notifying affected individuals.

11/16/2017

An increasing number of institutions are taking advantage of mobile technology to help recruit, engage and enroll prospective and admitted students. Mobile apps are being used for self-guided campus tours, open houses, recruitment events, college nights and more, providing a highly effective way for admissions and enrollment departments to meet the needs of these students.

11/15/2017

From early alert programs to degree paths, many current student success initiatives focus solely on academics. But, many students leave without completing their degrees due to issues outside of academics. Any institution’s approach to student success must be inclusive of both academic and non-academic issues.

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