Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have quickly become one of the most polarizing developments in higher education. Many in higher ed see these MOOCs as innovations that could mark the turning point in how education is delivered, while others see MOOCs as a distraction, a phase, and a means for diluting a college degree. Whatever your feelings on these massive classes, the developments in how they’re created, delivered, and received have come at a furious pace over the past few months, and we’ve compiled our most pertinent MOOC coverage right here, all in once place.
It doesn’t take a university’s resident budgetary whiz to know that long-term technology cost savings trumps in-the-moment savings, especially when those long-haul savings bring a cutting-edge technology and proven reliability…
Indian River State College grew their online enrollments by 35% in two years.
May 18, 2016
It’s a fact: students want more online courses. Institutions need to design courses specifically for these online students, courses that they know are working every step of the way.
Analytics provide a new perspective that institutions and instructors can now leverage when planning, ramping up, and evaluating their online programs. And that’s exactly what Indian River State College (IRSC) did.
Educators are increasingly relying on technology to help transform the learning experience from traditional, one-size-fits all instruction to flexible, on-demand approaches that are designed to support individual learning styles beyond the classroom walls.
What K–12 IT administrators need is a network and information security solution that is effective, high performing, flexible and easy to manage. These are the types of solutions that only Dell™ SonicWALL™ delivers.
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Five Keys to Planning a Campus Mobile Technology Initiative
May 11, 2016
Since 2013, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale has distributed almost 7,000 Dell tablets powered by Intel® processors to incoming freshmen as part of its mobile tech initiative, which helped the school increase its enrollment by 13%, improve freshman retention by 8.3%, and raise the average GPA from 2.5 to 2.65 in its first year alone. This Executive Summary of the eCampus News webinar series, sponsored by Dell and Intel®, examines just what it takes for a mobile-tech initiative of this magnitude to succeed.
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3D printing has been around since the 1980s, but it was slow to take off because the peripheral ecosystem such as materials, software, robotics, 3D graphics and the Internet had not yet evolved. The technology was used mostly for industrial prototyping applications.
Based on wireless connectivity, there has been a fundamental shift in how people collaborate in today’s meeting spaces, and how they are also connecting to technology. Previously, meeting space participants only had to know which hardwired cable they needed to plug in to connect to a display or projector. Even so, those cables came with their own connectively issues; specifically, the
HDMI cable. With HDMI, users were presented with connectivity challenges ranging from damaged pins to HDCP issues.