Edtech/Innovation

The pandemic may have ended but the demand for edtech is growing

The higher education technology market is expected to double by 2028 as the demand for tools required for remote instruction continues to increase.

Can higher ed rally to boost the number of women of color in tech fields?

A new partnership launched by Western Governors University could provide a spark in getting all women into once-taboo STEM fields.

Can cyber fields become more diverse? Partners step up to support HBCUs

Nearly three dozen colleges and universities will benefit from a pair of initiatives designed to increase the number of Black workers in essential STEM jobs.

3 big reasons that it’s time for higher education to crack down on cybersecurity

From large catalogs of sensitive student information to research data, cybercriminals have plenty of tempting targets in institutions of higher education.

Leveling silos: Anthology CEO discusses creating data cohesion for higher ed, students

Jim Milton talks about his company's merger with Blackboard and the benefits of creating seamless, simple comprehensive learner records.

How to future-proof education with the convergence of AV and IT

AV-over-IT is about the complete delivery of audio and visual experiences through entirely software-defined workflows on computers through standard, network infrastructure.

Higher education is losing in the game of digital transformation. Time to get back on track

Students who have grown up immersed in technology expect more than many institutions currently provide.

The metaverse: Are colleges really light years away from reaching it?

Virtual lectures are nice, but becoming far more interactive over the next 5-10 years should be goal for higher ed leaders.

Howard University goes online amid spike in COVID-19 cases, low quarantine space

With commencement ceremonies a month away and the city seeing a 140% increase, the university isn't taking chances.

Is competency-based education really the elixir higher ed needs to survive?

Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc discusses its merits, saying a shift to outcomes can 'unleash innovation.'

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