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Jodi Helmer

Here’s how higher ed departments can move from strategy to practice with artificial intelligence. Read more>>

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BARCO

Remote learning is becoming more popular in higher education as it overcomes the limitations of a campus environment. The Virtual Classroom offers a way to not only bring together people in many different locations, but also encourages engagement and allows interaction with the professor or presenter for an active learning environment. Learn more>>

Matt Zalaznick

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. Read more>>

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Kivuto

Managing software licenses and entitlements in higher education is complex. Doing so securely and in compliance with applicable laws, terms, and conditions can be downright chaotic. Learn how to calm this chaos with the right infrastructure and governance. Kivuto can simplify your license and entitlement management. Read more>>

Emily Ann Brown

Teachers College at Columbia University convenes experts at a conference to tackle tough questions about the state of artificial intelligence in education and its implications for the future of teaching and learning. Read more>>

JD Solomon

From huge institutions like The Ohio State University (45,000 students) to tiny Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa (974 students), schools across the country are moving full-steam-ahead into esports. Read more>>

News from UB Tech

Kelly Walsh

Student course evaluations—we all do them, but how do we use the data? What percent of students complete the surveys? What value do faculty and administrators derive from them? Are they inherently biased? How can we get more out of this often onerous process? Read more>>

Tim Goral

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. Read more>>

Edtech in the News

The Atlantic

Schools have been on a mission to reinvent campus libraries—even though students just want the basics. Read more>>

Harvard Business Review

There is great pressure on higher education as the engine of progress in a knowledge-based economy. Read more>>

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