The questions campus leaders should ask in 2017…and what institutional analytics can answer.
By Jack Neill
A single piece of data can reveal a lot. For example, whether colleges and universities are meeting their enrollment goals or comparing the number of merit based scholarships versus need based ones. But, there’s also a lot left out of those pictures, like how successful those students were in their…
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…
At Hinds (Miss.) Community College, VitalSource Access is putting affordable course content at students’ fingertips on or before day one of classes. Learn how the rural college is enabling student success with an innovative inclusive access program.
Supporting BYOD Collaboration in Person and Online
January 11, 2017
Educators are moving beyond traditional lectures in favor of more active and collaborative approaches to learning. But supporting a mix of devices and platforms is problematic—and what if some team members aren’t in the same location? Find out how campuses are making it possible to collaborate using multiple devices and platforms—both in person and across several different locations.
Evangel University has been able to transform students’ education both inside and outside the classroom through the implementation of a smart Wi-Fi network. Students can easily and confidently connect and participate in online learning and utilize smart devices in the classroom.
Hassle-free Access: Passwords, Preboarding and eduroam
December 29, 2016
No one wants to see angry tweets to the Chancellor about poor Wi-Fi. To attract and retain students, IT needs to deliver a consistently great user experience on campus, including fast Wi-Fi without bottlenecks and self-service BYOD access. Watch this webinar to learn more about our proven formula for success.