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A new roadmap to guard student data

With the slew of not just universities, but major corporations like Target, currently coming under criticism for leaking massive amount of personal data, keeping student data safe has…

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10 Apple and Android apps for international students

As most of you know, and likely even remember yourselves, making the transition to the college lifestyle can be a major adjustment. That’s why we’ve compiled the 10…

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Nearly 100 percent of libraries offer this critical training

Coinciding with President Obama’s recent signing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, a new tech trends study from the American Library Association (ALA) finds that nearly 100…

5 reasons SysAdmins are being celebrated

Did you know that today, Friday July 25, is the 15th anniversary of SysAdmin Day? We didn't either, and we're sure our IT team is glad we do…

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8 key considerations for competency-based education

How ready is your institution for competency-based education? Here are 8 questions to help get started With the recent signing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the…

‘You can’t improve what you don’t measure’

The collection, parsing, and analyzing of data is today more prevalent than ever in higher education, and some colleges are using that data to eliminate waiting lines on…

Be future-minded

Be future-minded

We’re highlighting “Catering to the 21st Century student” week here on eCampus News as part of our monthly topic week series throughout the year. The last step of catering…

New, unique app helpful for incoming students

In a survey by Niche.com of 7,000 high school students graduating in 2014, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are the most popular apps and websites used based on frequency.…

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Professor argues GRE hurts STEM, women and minorities

Graduate schools would do better to relax their over-reliance on a popular test score when it comes to admissions and instead try to judge the character of potential…

Provide a safe campus environment

Provide a safe campus environment

We’re highlighting “Catering to the 21st Century student” week here on eCampus News as part of our monthly topic week series throughout the year. Step four of catering to…

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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…

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‘You can’t improve what you don’t measure’

The collection, parsing, and analyzing of data is today more prevalent than ever in higher education, and some colleges are using that data to eliminate waiting lines on…

3 cheap ways to amp up campus A/V

Splurging on top-flight audio-video (A/V) equipment has never been an easy sell in higher education, but now more than ever, campus A/V officials are striving to justify needed…

An exclusive app you can’t afford to miss

An exclusive app you can’t afford to miss

The campus emergency app designed to simplify and improve students' crisis response is officially no longer higher education's best kept secret.In Case of Crisis, which eCampus News highlighted…

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The technology that prevents ‘hotbeds of fraud’ in higher ed

Fraud in test taking and student loans can threaten the very existence of online colleges and universities -- a fact that hasn't been lost on chief information officers…

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Game-changing technology reveals student job prospects

Everything can be quantified, measured, and analyzed, and a college student's job prospects are no different.Around 8.5 percent of recent college graduates are unemployed. Perhaps more troubling, 16.8…

The danger of passwords and PINs in online education

Authentication of web-based exams is a foundational piece of online education's legitimacy, as many in ed-tech would tell you, and passwords and personal identification numbers are falling short.One…