5 strategies to help community colleges re-enroll adult learners
Amid nationwide declines in community college enrollment, a report from nonprofit InsideTrack offers step-by-step guidance and recommendations to help community college leaders reconnect with and re-enroll students with some college education but no degree.
What you need to start an esports program
With esports growing quickly throughout higher education, these four tips can help those interested in starting their own program
Vendor risk management is key to protecting your institution
In this digital age, higher education institutions face the challenge of safeguarding their privacy and protecting their data from potential breaches.
Navigating the financial impact of today’s flexible classroom
The adoption of cloud-based communications platforms and other virtual tools in higher education has made a world of difference in today’s new flexible learning environment. Leveraging technology to facilitate hybrid learning, distribute source material more efficiently, and manage administrative functions has helped to keep many colleges and universities from shutting their doors altogether when the pandemic hit.
Key strategies to keep students’ information secure
It’s no secret that higher education institutions are at risk for severe cyberattacks and data theft. Last year, the New York Times highlighted the “shaky state of student privacy” in the wake of a devastating cyberattack that left the personally identifiable information (PII) of millions of students compromised.
Where is campus leadership headed in the post-pandemic era?
The benefits of observational assessments in a ChatGPT world
Since its introduction, the AI-powered chatbot ChatGPT has made waves across the education sector. Just one of many generative AI programs, the web-based tool has the ability to create comprehensive written content based on anything from a question, a statement or an instruction given to it.
3 ways IT tools are streamlining higher ed
As higher-ed institutions increasingly rely on technology, campus IT and IT leadership are assuming a pivotal role in ensuring that universities satisfy the needs of students, staff, and faculty.
How to defend data on your campus
The importance of data is growing— in fact, many people state that data is now the most valuable asset an organization can have. In higher education, your operational readiness depends on data, though scale, security and sprawl are significant challenges.
How to use data to fuel a secure financial future at your institution
Higher education institutions are experiencing one of the most tumultuous times in recent history. First, the pandemic forced universities to completely change how they operate, and then came the impending demographic cliff and market pressures.
Flexibility for The Future: Strategic Campus Planning Webinar
Three critical themes emerged from our recent Lambent webinar “Flexibility for the Future: Strategic Campus Planning” featuring Marc Fournier, Georgetown…