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What to look for in a cloud provider of Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft Exchange provides a rich feature set for email, which has made it a popular option among schools and colleges. And the latest version, Exchange 2013, is a more robust…

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Report: New revelations about campus IT trends

Almost one in every five dollars spent on campus IT investments are made outside of centralized IT; in other words, almost $4 billion is spent in non-managed, non-measured, and redundant…

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Vocational ed is making a comeback

When you think about vocational education, you might conjure up a picture of a mechanic or a carpenter. Historically, vocational education, rooted in learning a particular skill set, was positioned…

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HP hopes its breakup will benefit higher ed

Innovations in mobile computing, 3D printing, and cloud services are what HP hopes to deliver to colleges, universities, and other customers as a result of its decision to split into…

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New MOOC for admins promises better online students

The free four-week online course, designed by an Austin-based digital marketing agency, Tocquigny—a company whose clients include Regent University and Rice University—says it will offer “expert insight into the strategies…

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How Office Mix is a powerful tool for blended or flipped learning

Office Mix is a free addition for PowerPoint 2013 that lets you turn PowerPoint documents into interactive online lessons or presentations. It takes any existing or new PowerPoint presentation to…

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The must-know changes in distance education policy

Did you know that when offering online courses, collaboration options for students are a requirement? Or that faculty participation in designing the implementation of an online learning program is mandatory?…

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New level of courses now offered on edX

Thanks to universities looking to diversify [and monetize] their online offerings, edX is starting to host for-credit, for-a-fee, and job-market-targeted courses to recent graduates. One of the first institutions to…

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Anonymous apps pose new campus concerns

A new generation of mobile apps that let users post gossip, secrets, threats, and other random thoughts anonymously has campus leaders worried about the fallout from such posts—and urging their…

XPrize focuses on ed tech, but will it succeed or fail?

Exciting news hit the presses early last week—the XPrize is funding its first ed-tech competition. The goal: to handsomely reward the team that develops the best open source, scalable adaptive…

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