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Most Popular of 2015, No. 7: Did higher education get these trends right?

“Makerspaces” will gain traction long before adaptive learning; and improving digital literacy is a breeze compared to determining how to reward educators for teaching.…

Editorial Pick 2015: Is higher education heading toward a smart city future?

According to researchers around the world, there is increasing momentum from some of the world’s most innovative universities to align curriculum, research and overall mission to city development that specifically…

Editorial Pick 2015: Reinventing the college bookstore in the online era

They still sell t-shirts for proud parents and coffee mugs with catchy slogans, but college bookstores are also going through a renaissance of sorts, using technology-supported measures to become an…

Texas A&M immerses students in 3D world

Futuristic, immersive journeys through and around virtual 3D buildings created by Texas A&M construction science students highlighted final reviews for a fall 2015 building information modeling class led by Julian…

U. Hawaii System unifies campuses in the cloud

The University of Hawaii (UH) System has selected OneCampus from rSmart, an Internet2 NET+ offering, to provide more than 55,000 students and more than 8,000 faculty and staff streamlined access…

Less could mean more for a campus network

In deciding how to protect a university network and optimize their performance, IT departments often face a choice: Go with best-of-breed applications for each service, even if integration sometimes poses…

Stop the ePortfolio madness say…students?

They’re so despised they even have a petition for their demise on signed by thousands of students. And no, they’re not a chain of restaurants or social justice issues—they’re…

A state-by-state look at software skills

A new look at the most in-demand software skills by state could help students hone the skills most needed by employers in their area. A survey from MidAmerica Nazarene University used…

Should your institution move into the Augmentarium future?

The potential applications of virtual and augmented reality in a host of disciplines--including education, science, medicine, the arts, entertainment and industry--are massive, say large institutions like the University of Maryland…

Partnership brings customization to digital, game-based content

In response to demand for enhanced digital content in core academic subjects, Silicon Valley-based game and simulation developer, Toolwire, and LAD Custom Publishing announced a partnership that will enable colleges…

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