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Several schools now offer degrees in esports management, marketing and media, allowing students to pursue their dream jobs even if they are unable to make it as professional esports players.
At Samford University in Alabama, students are putting big data to use to boost engagement and revenue, says UB guest columnist Darin W. White, who is the executive director of Samford’s Center for Sports Analytics.
For Generation Z, video is about interaction—and not only the act of staring at a screen. Even though video is becoming a primary source of academic support, using YouTube links and so on, keeping learners engaged is a challenge that’s only expected to grow, says UB guest columnist Noa Oron.
Disability services offices are forming closer partnerships with campus technology administrators and increasing their own tech expertise. Here are three models they use to get the job done.
When Santa Clara University needed one room to accommodate many uses, it turned to a familiar partner, Computer Comforts. The company, which has worked with the California institution for 15 years, built customized furniture to create a functional, flexible space. Sponsored content by Computer Comforts.
Flexibility plays a key role when designing classrooms and instruction for virtual reality and augmented reality use—along with all the cutting-edge technology, of course.
Enhancing acoustics and reducing background noise in college learning environments helps promote student success.
A few pop culture-related courses being offered at colleges and universities.
Ed Wingenbach (pictured) heads up Hampshire, Robert Caslen leads in South Carolina and Kevin Reynolds fills a newly created executive role in Kentucky.
Educators are scouting out the informal learning spaces on their campuses—and then redesigning and reequipping them with more enticing furniture and cutting-edge devices to accommodate today's mobile students.
Students today demand more from the campus spaces where they go to work alone or in groups. And while students might put all kinds of technology on their wish lists for these spaces, there is one feature that’s essential: outlets, lots and lots of outlets.
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