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4 new April tools for your campus arsenal

An influx of new technologies and resources for higher education have just landed, making this spring/summer 2014 one of the busiest seasons for innovation—and eCampus News (eCN) is highlighting four…

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3 Friday Shortcuts

The CEO of EDUCAUSE announces her retirement, ed-tech companies rake in cash, and more in this week’s Shortcuts

Welcome to Friday Shortcuts, a round-up of the ed-tech news that…

Campus emergency alerts, simplified

It might take days for a college student to gather every piece of information on how to respond to campus emergencies -- from assaults, to fires, to shootings and extreme…

Desperate or brilliant? Universities offering cash prizes for this

How can the United States remain not only relevant in the technological age, but ahead of other nations in the global economy? For years, this crucial question has perplexed educators and…

New online tool reveals a university’s ‘real’ price to students

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New online tool reveals a university’s ‘real’ price to students

How much does college cost? Somewhere between “a heck of a lot” and “not as much as you might think.” Sure, college is expensive, but a new online tool unveiled last…

1 million students to get free textbooks

This fall over 1 million students will have access to the free textbook, Principles of Economics, provided by OpenStax College. Founded in 2012, OpenStax College is a nonprofit organization developed by…

The business of ed-tech: From blue lights to mobile apps

It was in a 2009 safety committee meeting with University of Florida (UF) officials that Jordan Johnson first mentioned the potential impact of mobile technology in bolstering campus safety. Johnson, then…

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The wifi challenge campuses dread

Dallas, Texas -- Massive college sporting events like the NCAA tournament -- which concludes here with the Final Four this week -- can be a strain on campus wifi networks…

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Just how popular is social media among faculty and admin?

According to recent higher education reports, social media isn’t just for the young folk anymore—it’s quickly rising in popularity among academics for two main reasons. The first reason why Facebook and…

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Students still prefer print textbooks over digital

Study suggests college students are slow to adopt eTextbooks College students still prefer print textbooks over digital textbooks, partially because they can’t resell eBooks at the end of a semester,…

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