[caption id="attachment_54087" align="alignleft" width="215"] Colleges are using innovative technologies to advance student learning.[/caption]

As educational technology becomes more prevalent in higher education, administrators are hoping to improve student outcomes, boost their school's visibility and prestige, and aid in student recruitment and retention. Here's how four institutions are doing just that.

1. Rhodes College (Memphis, Tenn.)

Here's what Robert M. Johnson, Jr., vice president of student and information services and chief information officer, had to say:

"Rhodes College has used digital assets management technology to make its educational 'footprint' much larger than one would expect from a...

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