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The latest as-a-service offering that’s caught the attention of AV administrators could make it easier for higher ed institutions to manage audiovisual systems—or not. If you’re wondering whether AVaaS is for you, check out what stakeholders are thinking.
Unless you are among the nation’s exclusive (and expensive) colleges and universities, you need to focus on affordability and curricular innovations, says Scott D. Miller, UB guest columnist and president of Virginia Wesleyan University. Those resistant to change are ignoring market realities that can combine to create the perfect storm—and lead to closure.
Many higher ed institutions are moving away from the use of paper forms and some are requiring brief “check-ins” online throughout the year followed by informal in-person meetings to improve the employee evaluation process for efficiency and effectiveness.
The unprecedented speeds and coverage of Wi-Fi 6 helps campuses keep up with their students’ technological needs.
Considering most students go to college closer to home, students in rural areas have far fewer college options.
A Florida school taps ABM facilities management to streamline operations and make the campus ‘shine.’
Western Michigan University uses Arrow Payments to identify challenges and offer solutions.
Gavilan College uses a digital catalog built by currIQūnet META, a web-based curriculum management system that also manages development, review and approval of academic courses and programs. Sponsored content by currIQūnet META.
The University of Missouri solved a unique retention problem after recently switching to TouchNet solutions. The move allows families to refine budgeting for term bills, while hopefully prompting students to think twice before buying a nonessential item.
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