Colleges seek cash for educational technology as budgets shrink


[caption id="attachment_45954" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Thirty-five percent of college students said lecture capture technology has improved their grades."][/caption]

Thirteen states are set to drop higher-education funding by double digits in 2012, the federal stimulus has run out, and student enrollment continues its uptick, forcing colleges and universities to find financially creative ways to fund pricey educational technology such as campus lecture capture systems.

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