Campus budgets for instructional technology and other IT costs have taken a hit in recent years—and regardless of how much money is available for these items, campus technology leaders are looking for ways to stretch their ed-tech dollars and get the best possible value for their investment.
With the support of Sony, which has introduced a new lampless projector that can lower the total cost of ownership on campus AV systems, we’ve pulled together these examples of how colleges and universities are saving money and getting better value on their ed-tech systems.
- Inside Samford University and USA School of Nursing’s Successful Remote Proctoring System Rollout - December 14, 2015
- Project-Based Learning for 3D Printing - December 1, 2015
- How Technology Helps Students Take Ownership of Learning - October 27, 2015