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Sharing online courses can save money, and boost retention and graduation rates.
Higher ed institutions in Michigan, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Hawaii and Pennsylvania will deploy new systems to help manage study abroad programs, stream live events, save energy, handle electronic resources and more.
IT security and customer services are among priorities for campus technology department leaders in 2019, according to UB’s Outlook 2019 survey of campus technology administrators.
Tech’s big impact: How administrators keep their departments current as technology impacts offices across campus Reader input: How will evolving technology impact your role at your institution, or your department’s […]
How college and university administrators will keep their departments current in throughout 2019 as technology impacts offices across campus
UB readers were asked: How will evolving technology impact your role at your institution, or your department’s work, in 2019?
Higher ed institutions in California, Illinois, Rhode Island and South Carolina will deploy new enrollment, AV, ERP and video screen systems as well as student training programs.
A Q&A with Penn State University’s Kyle Bowen on how technologies are invented and evolve, and how to use them in teaching
For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.
An online Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree made its debut in UPenn’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies. While many of the Ivies have digital advanced learning programs, […]
Leaders at Colorado State University-Global Campus, in searching for a new headquarters, found a way to leverage their lease payments to make college possible for more Denver-area students. Aurora Public […]
One of the most fertile areas for collaborative problem-solving between colleges and their K12 counterparts may be the mission they share: education. When edtech developers at Carnegie Mellon University in […]
With complexity in higher ed only increasing—due to trends including online learning and the demographic shift to nontraditional students—implementing more student-centered services has become crucial to meeting the needs of […]
There’s a reason why the movie industry is so profitable. There is simply no other experience like total immersion in a story you love. Movie studios, distributors, producers and filmmakers […]
The evolution of technology and online learning is enabling institutions to expand access to education across a broader spectrum of learners, by providing learning opportunities outside the limits of time, […]
Many have spoken positively about the next generation of learning technologies, but there is reason for apprehension. While the enthusiasm of those joining the move to digital assets is encouraging, […]
University Business (UB) and Polycom collaborated to develop a survey to explore the use of technologies such as video conferencing in higher education. It was deployed to the UB audience […]
Like their peers on campus, students enrolled in online programs benefit when they feel included in a community and supported by their institution. Colleges cater to this population by offering […]
Creating an online community that mirrors a school’s physical campus is another way to retain online students. This can be achieved by digitizing freshman orientation, mental health counseling, and career […]
What are the biggest technology barriers for students in rural areas who want to pursue postsecondary education but can’t get to a campus? How can colleges break through those barriers? […]