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3 ways to stay ahead of technology accessibility compliance

It’s a media headache that happens once a year to a college or university that hasn’t taken the right steps, say experts. The good news is it’s preventable. Becoming…

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University launches iPad-powered bachelor’s program

Lynn University is launching an iPad-powered online bachelor's degree program, which will be called iLynn. "Technology has enabled us to reimagine college," said Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. "We…

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Corinthian Colleges: The high cost of regulatory neglect

For years, private for-profit colleges were Wall Street darlings. Robust margins and a business model that does best when the economy does worst enabled these companies to add…

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Why students are saying community colleges are the future of learning

On April 18 at the 95th American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Annual Convention, global education company Cengage Learning presented new student data revealing their perspectives on community…

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Can college rankings come from social media data?

Brookings Institution researchers, who Wednesday released a new analysis of U.S. colleges and universities, defended their use of data from social media platforms and the contribution of geographic…

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How 3 prominent universities are becoming video trailblazers

Integrate with your LMS, go mobile-friendly and, above all, make sure it’s user-friendly. These were just three common must-haves when implementing a video platform across campus cited by three…

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Using UC to transform campus communications

There’s an aspect of mobility that has truly been underutilized throughout education, especially for the staff and faculty on college and university campuses. Ironically, it’s the entire reason…

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University upgrades STEM tools

FEI and the George Washington University (GW) are partnering to install several new high-performance microscopes at GW's Science and Engineering Hall. The new, $275 million, 500,000-square-foot research facility will…

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Supercomputing Center connects to 8 colleges, universities

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), a nonprofit collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh that offers advanced supercomputing infrastructure for solving large-scale, data-intensive problems in…

7 innovation factors part of new framework for higher-ed leaders

A new report from 2Revolutions, EDUCAUSE, and Next Generation Learning Challenges has proposed a highly detailed framework for building and sustaining a culture of innovation in higher education:…

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MOOCs: the future of higher education, or a passing phase?

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…

Mac to School

Colleges and Universities across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than…

Understanding why scholarly publishing today is a cultural, not technological, issue

What should higher-ed do now that the genie is out of the bottle?

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Why going Open is critical for the future of the university

How university libraries are making headway in the Open Access movement

Pedagogical innovation and support has been a much discussed topic in academia, especially at this juncture, where an increasing number of universities are discussing what the university of the future should look like. The urgency of the world’s post-secondary education needs is moving faster than universities can keep up, and hence, new models of diverse scholarship not only have to be piloted, but also modeled for mainline pedagogy and scholarship.

 

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