Tag Archives: campus technology

World-Class Graduate Education and Research

Software-defined networking, Wi-Fi, and mobile for teaching and learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Naveed Husain Like many leading graduate schools, the faculty and students at Teachers College, Columbia University, hold IT to the highest standards for supporting their learning and research needs. … Continue reading

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A Fundamental Technology

Three benefits of adopting cloud-based software for universities.  GUEST COLUMN| by Matt Clark Universities have traditionally struggled to access and manage data across numerous academic departments. Advancements in technology now allow schools to tap into a variety of sources for … Continue reading

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Seeing Beyond the Horizon

Five Wi-Fi trends savvy institutions are planning for right now. GUEST COLUMN | by Christian Gilby It’s no secret that higher education institutions support the most demanding connectivity environments on the planet. In no other industry do users expect quality … Continue reading

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Using Academic Analytics to Improve Outcomes at Macon State

GUEST COLUMN | by Martha Venn There’s an old phrase about what happens when you assume. As Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of Macon State College, part of the University System of Georgia, I know there is no … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Students and Technology

Interesting results from the 2011 ECAR National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology. In addition to students’ own technology use/attitudes, the study explores student perceptions about institutional technology use, including effective implementation of technology. The full study highlights additional student … Continue reading

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