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How this infrastructure simplifies IT, improves performance and saves resources
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What do a private liberal arts college, a public community college and a high-ranking national university all have in common? Each recently reported six-figure occupational fraud losses. At Bethany College […]
Preparing to take a college-level course once meant simply heading to the campus bookstore and purchasing the textbook. Today, preparing for a course may require students to gather a wide […]
The high and rising cost of education, coupled with a vast range of low-cost options flooding the marketplace, has impelled much of higher education into an “adapt or die” mindset. […]
How an institution labels its continuing education division often reflects its mission or goals. Below are some examples of terminology used in the field—and insight into why each institution made […]
There are options beyond operating a university-owned computer repair center. Outside repair companies operating on campuses can save universities money in technician salaries and center administration costs. Best Buy’s Geek […]
For an increasing number of faculty members, class prep has gone high tech. It’s not about simply reviewing notes and planning course exercises. It also involves stepping in front of […]
Following are 10 ways to increase the odds of engaging and connecting with students through video. Watch yourself on camera to see how you come across, suggests Jennifer Flatt, a […]
In some cases, colleges and universities will opt to fund some site development items, such as landscaping, as an operational cost instead of a capital cost. But the decision depends […]
A Midwestern state university budgeted about $12 million for a major addition to its library several years ago. At the time, there was not a tightly controlled project planning process at […]
With funding cuts, falling enrollments and increased competition from MOOCs and other low-cost online programs, higher education has been under enormous pressure in recent years. But pressure often leads to […]
Part of keeping a campus computer repair center running smoothly is staying aware of what problems are likely to disrupt its operations. For instance, a Saturday in the fall at […]
The top trend in college performance spaces today is the flexibility being built into them. From adjustable walls and seating that can accommodate a variety of performance types to acoustics […]
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