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Are ed-tech startups a bubble that’s ready to burst?

Ed-tech startups raised more than $500 million in funding in the first quarter of 2014 alone, but some investors are worried about a bubble When Matthew Pittinksy and the other…

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3 Friday Shortcuts

Welcome to Friday Shortcuts, a round-up of the ed-tech news that didn't make it onto the front page of eCampus News this week.

1. Former Yale president heads to…

Five ways to save money on campus IT

Virtualizing desktops and servers, implementing more energy-efficient technologies, and sharing IT services across institutions are among the many ways that campus IT departments nationwide are saving money.

In this…

Key campus technology challenges ‘no longer about IT’

The top challenges facing campus technology leaders today “are no longer about IT,” Casey Green, founding director of The Campus Computing Project, told attendees of the 2013 EDUCAUSE conference in…

University hopes $75 million computer overhaul will attract students

The University of South Carolina hopes to attract students by renovating dorms, hiring more professors, and starting an extended summer semester and an online program to complete bachelor's degrees. But…

Top higher-education technology news: March 2013

Top higher-education technology news: March 2013

A new business model emerges for MOOCs … Free electronic textbooks see growth … Colleges learn how to boost success in online courses: These are among the top higher-education technology…

Colleges get a lesson in disaster recovery

Colleges get a lesson in disaster recovery

Hurricane Sandy was a powerful reminder of the need for smart disaster planning; here’s what campus leaders should know.…

Recorded lectures help ‘disaster-proof’ instruction at JMU

Recorded lectures help ‘disaster-proof’ instruction at JMU

“Snowmageddon,” the monster snowstorm that pummeled the East coast of the United States in 2010, caused many universities to close their doors for several days, including James Madison University in…

Wash. college to use web data to learn about its students

Wash. college to use web data to learn about its students

Columbia Basin College in Washington state wants to use the sea of information available about current and prospective students, from the courses they select to the pages they "like" on…

Odessa College begins iPad experiment

Odessa College begins iPad experiment

This semester, two biology classes at Odessa College in Texas will serve as part of a controlled experiment to determine if the school should pursue iPads for every student as…

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