Research, case studies and data show that there are definite musts and must-not’s on the 21st Century college campus
There’s a wealth of information on what to do, but also what not to do, concerning education technology on college campuses across the country. And though every campus is different, there are some blanket do’s and don’ts when it comes to technology use and integration—for students, professors, and campus administration.
Taking what the editors have read in current research, the interviews we’ve conducted over the last year with campus staff, the trends on social media, and feedback from readers, we’ve compiled a list of 10 do’s and don’ts that every campus should take into consideration when using and implementing various technologies.
From knowing how to best implement blended learning to fully understanding the process of digitizing resources, and from creating the most effective social media campaigns to knowing the limits of mobile devices, we hope this concise list of universal best practices can help keep your technology goals on track with your campus mission.
Are there any best practices we left off the list? Have any suggestions of your own? We’d love to hear them! Leave your comments in the section provided below, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me @eSN_Meris on Twitter.
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