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Is Big Data too ‘messy’ for higher education?

The massive collection of data in higher education will never produce a single, infallible formula for success, no matter how much students clamor for such a miracle algorithm.

MOOC: ‘Every letter is negotiable’

What's in a name? Or, more accurately, what's in an acronym? Lots, it turns out, and every letter can have different meanings. That was the question at the center of a…

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…

Computing on campus: An ‘accidental revolution’?

In 1981, Robert Gillepsie, the now-retired vice provost for computing at the University of Washington published a report stating that, "higher ed has been slow to respond to the rapid…

Income gap developing between campus IT professionals

Chief information officers on college campuses have seen their annual income increase by 1.4 times more than the lowest paid IT staffers, and head technologists saw more than double the…

EDUCAUSE 2013 to explore MOOCs, Big Data, and more

Educause's 2013 conference kicks off Tuesday, and eCampus News will be in Anaheim, Cal., bringing you the latest news, developments, and innovations from the annual instructional technology gathering.


New report predicts MOOCs, tablets will boom

New report predicts MOOCs, tablets will boom

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and tablet computing are two technologies expected to see mainstream use in the next year or less, according to the 2013 New Media Consortium (NMC)…

EDUCAUSE 2012 gathers influential higher ed IT experts

EDUCAUSE 2012 gathers influential higher ed IT experts

The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference runs Nov. 6-9, 2012, in Denver, Colo., and is one of the premier gatherings for higher education IT professionals. The conference also will broadcast selected sessions…

New developments in AV technology come into focus

A new way to measure the brightness of colors; the ability to recognize inputs from any source, and not just a computer; and the move toward more lamp-free projectors are…

InfoComm 2012 exhibitors prepare for record-setting show

InfoComm 2012 exhibitors prepare for record-setting show

InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry, will hold InfoComm 2012, its annual commercial audiovisual show, in Las Vegas from June 13-15. InfoComm 2012 will showcase more…

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