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EDUCAUSE exhibitors respond to key campus IT trends

Exhibitors at the 2013 EDUCAUSE conference in Anaheim, Calif., unveiled new ed-tech products that responded to several key trends in higher education, such as helping to ensure student success and facilitating a shift to competency-based learning.

One important trend in recent years has been an increased focus on student success and retention, with many colleges rolling out programs designed to track student performance and deliver more personalized, targeted support to keep students engaged and on a path to graduation.

As a reflection of how significant this trend has become, “leveraging IT for student success” tied for...

EDUCAUSE Conference News

Don’t miss all our EDUCAUSE 2013 coverage online now

From MOOCs to data security our team covered all the highlights from the 2013 EDUCAUSE conference.

eCampus News reported live from the 2013 Annual EDUCAUSE Conference…

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