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Breakout sessions, networking, keynotes, the expo hall and the hotel experience top my list of must-do’s, says Kelly Walsh, CIO of The College of Westchester in New York.
The latest in patient-simulation technology allows medical students to look at the human body in ways they haven’t been able to before. Still, some educators find that even today’s advanced […]
Today’s rapidly evolving technology has higher education on the move, literally and figuratively. Mobile devices are powering a shift to more learning on the go, driving increased video consumption and […]
The smartphone has become ubiquitous on college campuses. In the U.S., some estimates indicate that 95 percent of 18- to 24-years-olds have a smartphone, and that number will continue to […]
The growing availability of custom and commercial software applications allows colleges and universities to transform classroom laboratory experiences into virtual equivalents that offer advantages over their physical precursors. This change […]
The internet of things—known in acronym-speak as IoT—seems to be popping up everywhere. Everything is getting connected. Thermostats, fitness bands, voice-controlled assistants, remotely controlled webcams, smartphones, washing machines, autonomous vehicles—the […]
If you haven’t heard of blockchain yet, then it’s time to add this term to your technology lexicon. The most widely known use of the technology to date has been […]
Most students attend college to earn a degree—a respected credential that informs the world and the workplace that they have specific knowledge and skills, and the maturity and intellect to […]
The Lumina Foundation has been pursuing the goal of recognizing and accepting for-credit microcredentials and learning experiences for several years, through their Connecting Credentials effort and the proposed framework they launched […]
The evolving state of credentialing will make room for the emergence of new players, who can hold badges or service blockchains between students, campuses and employers. In fact, Blockchain-based technologies […]
Aaron Sams, Jon Bergmann and a handful of other educators first began sharing their experiences creating educational videos about a decade ago. Some other teachers had started using similar techniques […]
Every day in homes and schools across the world, people get excited about what they can do with new digital devices. On social media we share pictures, humor, heartfelt thoughts, […]
Personalized learning has long been a “holy grail” in education. Ideally, we would love to be able to work with each student to achieve a more personalized level of learning […]
For several years, the Department of Education has published “Dear Colleague” letters (UBmag.me/1612) that make it clear that institutions of higher education accepting Title IV federal aid are expected to […]
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