Higher education institutions are facing a myriad of challenges, such as evolving staff and student expectations and heightened demands for cybersecurity. To thrive in a constantly shifting environment and offer an exceptional campus experience for all stakeholders, institutions must be agile, innovative, and responsive to community demands.
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Smart campus technology starts with reliable wired, wireless and mobile connectivity everywhere on campus, indoors and out. At RUCKUS CommScope, we understand that ubiquitous connectivity is just the beginning to providing enhanced and efficient network and IT operations, campus-wide services and student experience. Learn how RUCKUS CommScope puts higher education stakeholders and students first. We meet the challenges of always-on, data-driven learning environments with 5G, Wi-Fi 6, in-building wireless, advanced analytics, AI and much more.
From rising costs to declining enrollment to shifting course modalities, colleges and universities are tackling changes and challenges in higher education today. Students are questioning, “How can I afford it?” Faculty members are wondering, “How can I keep up?” And you’re urgently searching for the answers. Cengage is here for you—making learning materials more affordable for your students to help you meet your institutional needs.
Transact’s technology for higher education delivers a mobile-centric student experience and streamlines administration with integrated payments, campus ID, and commerce. With a long-standing reputation in the education community, Transact proudly serves more than 12 million students across 1,750 client institutions.
Today’s tech-savvy students and professors expect to be able to communicate in collaborative environments. To encourage student engagement, lecture halls and libraries need technology that can keep up. Sharp can help improve efficiencies, encourage learning from anywhere and optimize workflow and document processes with award winning printers and copiers, collaboration and digital displays, managed print services, managed IT services and more.
The American Psychological Association (APA) has created two digital learning tools informed by strong psychological science to promote digital equity, supporting psychology students and instructors across teaching environments. These tools provide affordable, high-quality instructional content on unique technology platforms that support success for all students, helping them meet learning standards and build lifelong learning skills.
Transact has led higher education technology since 1984, serving over 12 million students across 1,300+ institutions and facilitating more than $45 billion in transactions through our integrated campus payments, campus ID, and campus commerce solutions. Let us show you the power of mobile-centric technology by simplifying and streamlining your campus technology through solutions configured for your institution, from centralized, real-time data delivering robust decision-making to budgeting and resource allocation insights.
To maintain a competitive edge, today’s institutions are being called on to enhance their teaching, learning, security, and operation management technology and processes. eCampus News has compiled an array of resources to help you build a sustainable digital transformation strategy, including the latest technology and practices to meet modern staff, faculty, and student demands now and in the future.
Transact’s Integrated Payment Solutions deliver diversified payment, tuition, commerce, and bill presentment solutions that leverage innovative technologies to improve the experience for both students and campus operations. With one centralized payment platform, students and families know exactly where to look to find their balance, pay their bills, understand their tuition obligations, and review their payment options.
With institutions across the globe quickly pivoting to remote instruction, prioritizing accessible authoring practices and inclusive course design can help ensure no student is left behind in the transition. While institutions recognize the need and benefits of creating more inclusive learning environments, many remain uncertain where to start in proactively addressing accessibility barriers.
With always-on connectivity, superior campus security, and the access students demand, higher education institutions can attract and retain students in an evolving competitive landscape. In order for campus leaders and IT teams to build unique and differentiated programs that will improve student experiences, a reliable network is required.