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Following are four ways that colleges and universities can use digital signage to save and earn money.
Technology is critical in every aspect of higher ed, and requires high-quality planning, implementation and oversight to manage effectively, say tech leadership speakers at UB Tech® 2019
High Point University president inspires UB Tech 2019 attendees to prepare for ‘the world that will be.’
George Chacko, senior manager for AV services at Pace University in New York, will be speaking at UB Tech® 2019 on “Seasoning Your Online Collaboration With Web and Video Conferencing.”
Here are a few marketing and admissions blog websites written by and for professionals in this area.
Higher ed officials need to consider these points before forming a partnership with quick-serve restaurant franchises.
These blogs from higher ed professionals cover the latest trends, products and platforms related to the use of instructional technology.
A quick resource guide for making a lasting impression during a prospective student’s initial visit to campus.
A groundbreaking facility in development at Rutgers University will provide adults with autism opportunities to work on campus and live in apartments alongside clinical staff and graduate students. Unlike many […]
Fast, dynamic and flexible, digital signage allows institutions to share key information regarding campus activities and to broadcast instructions in emergencies. With displays typically placed in busy areas—such as student […]
Latino students complete degrees at lower rates than other ethnic groups—and are more likely to still be enrolled after six years. These factors are prompting higher ed institutions to develop […]
The challenge: Reduce summer melt for incoming freshmen at Georgia State University. The method: Use an artificially intelligent chatbot to help students complete pre-enrollment tasks, such as submitting transcripts and […]
How college and university administrators will keep their departments current in throughout 2019 as technology impacts offices across campus
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