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Ed-Tech Leadership

Technology helps schools meet strategic goals

For campus leaders, thinking strategically involves asking questions like: How can we build the brand of the university? How can we bring in research dollars, woo donors, attract more students,…

Technologists: Colleges must adjust to the multi-screen world

Technologists: Colleges must adjust to the multi-screen world

Prospective college students might not browse a school’s website exclusively on their smart phones, but that’s often where the browsing starts, making the site’s mobile friendliness paramount in higher education’s…

Top higher-education technology news: September 2012

Top higher-education technology news: September 2012

Several leading universities have joined the open course movement in what is quickly becoming a campus revolution; for-profit colleges, which include some of the country’s largest online schools, face even…

Best practices in higher-education technology use: August 2012

Best practices in higher-education technology use: August 2012

Students at the University of Wisconsin now can earn college degrees based on competency, not credits; Ohio State is revamping its classroom technology to meet students’ digital demands; two West…

Top higher-education technology news: August 2012

Top higher-education technology news: August 2012

eLearning programs have gotten a reprieve from a controversial federal rule that some people viewed as too heavy-handed; a new resource helps ed-tech leaders understand the various standards for ensuring…

Big rewards, less job security for college leaders

Big rewards, less job security for college leaders

Helicopter parents, impatient trustees, overworked professors, entitled athletics boosters and deeply partisan lawmakers with little cash to spare. It's enough to make people wonder why anyone would want the job…

The U-Va. mess: Sign of the (bad) times

The debacle at the University of Virginia over the secretive ousting of the school’s first female president is more than a tale about how one school’s governing board can blunder.…

College-bound students flock to universities’ mobile websites

College-bound students flock to universities’ mobile websites

A surge in the percentage of recent high school graduates who use smart phones to research colleges and universities could turn campus web development on its head.…

Schools get help with big internet protocol change

Schools get help with big internet protocol change

A trove of advice, tips, and hints for switching to the internet’s newest protocol, known as IPv6, is available for schools and colleges that haven’t completed the network alterations and…

Campus survives the ‘iPad jitters’

Putting Apple iPads in the hands of every student and professor on a PC-based campus required some convincing, but a year later, Seton Hill University officials said the tablet program…

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