4 Future Technologies Shaping Higher Ed
In this web seminar, leaders from three institutions discussed how they are embracing these up-and-coming technologies to adapt to a changing higher ed landscape, and provided a glimpse of how these tools could change the future of college and university campuses. Sponsored content by Nelnet.
Driving Institutional Success Through Data Analytics
In this web seminar, a leader discussed how her school is leveraging data analytics across finance and other departments. The presentation also outlined best practices for building an effective analytics strategy and featured real-world success stories about turning complex data into actionable insights. Sponsored content by Jenzabar.
Considering AVaaS? 7 things you need to know
The latest as-a-service offering that’s caught the attention of AV administrators could make it easier for higher ed institutions to manage audiovisual systems—or not. If you’re wondering whether AVaaS is for you, check out what stakeholders are thinking.
Higher Ed Cybersecurity Strategy: Taking a Holistic Approach
In this web seminar, presenters discussed the higher ed cyberthreat landscape, how the UC system is managing cyber risk across all campuses and health care facilities, and some key strategies for an institution of any size to detect and mitigate cyberthreats. Sponsored content by FireEye.
Industry News: Higher ed institutions strengthen student, faculty programs
Colleges and universities across the country are partnering with providers to assess student success, add new information management software, include an on-demand food delivery app, participate in an agriculture research project, and more.
Will your institution hold on through 2020?
Unless you are among the nation’s exclusive (and expensive) colleges and universities, you need to focus on affordability and curricular innovations, says Scott D. Miller, UB guest columnist and president of Virginia Wesleyan University. Those resistant to change are ignoring market realities that can combine to create the perfect storm—and lead to closure.