Breaking through gender barriers in campus tech
UB Tech® 2020 highlights include the Women in Technology pre-conference, during which attendees will come to better understand unconscious bias, recognize gender barriers contributing to bias for women in the workplace, share experiences of bias, and learn strategies to mitigate bias.
Voices in Tech: Transitioning technology operations when higher ed institutions merge
At UB Tech® 2019, Nassar Nizami, senior vice president and CIO of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, discussed the process of merging with Philadelphia University, including how to retain staff and communicate strategically.
Innovative furniture allows for multi-use classroom
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.
UB Tech session to focus on engaging students in an age of distraction
Instructional Technologist Tim VanNorman and ESL Professor Brent Warner, both from Irvine Valley College, will be at UB Tech 2020 in Las Vegas to share some of the tools and strategies they’ve found to engage students in an age of distraction.
Infographic: Which technology ecosystem will shape the digital future of higher ed?
Four of the biggest technology companies—Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Apple—are competing to provide the dominant “ecosystem” for higher education, housing all the data across campus and providing the analytics, security […]