The U.S. Department of Education has released its Higher Ed technology plan in order to help educators understand how technology can augment the historical aspects of education without losing tradition.
Digital signage can be used in a ton of different ways in colleges and universities. Draw inspiration from these five projects.
College football is one of the most watched, biggest money-making sports in the US, second only to NFL football. This year, NCAA college football is experimenting with collaborative replay review, which promises more accurate officiating and response to call challenges. In a high-stakes 12-game season where every call and yard count, the potential for increased […]
Note: This article was contributed by Campus Management Corp. While the industry has largely embraced the cloud for adjunct systems such as student email services, learning management systems, CRM, and identity services, many institutions remain wary of moving student information systems and ERP solutions to the cloud. Lingering concerns over security, control, and adaptability […]
Multiculturalism is a term that is everywhere these days in education. This is a way to promote educational achievement in students by using a set of strategies and materials that promote the contributions of different cultures to society, while encouraging inclusion, democracy, inquiry and critical thinking, skill acquisition and self-reflection. Since our society is becoming […]
TD: Why is it so important to use technology, like digital signage, to reach today’s students? MK: Today’s students have been plugged into technology and connectivity essentially since they were born. More traditional methodologies of reaching students – printed media, non-digital media, textbooks – those types of mediums are not as well embraced. The attention […]
Four years ago, Portland State University—in the heart of downtown Portland, OR—embarked on a mission to create a meeting and collaboration space for university researchers and regional stakeholders. The Tech Decision The university envisioned a place for local government and private companies to work alongside PSU researchers on a variety of projects that link data […]
Just this month, the University of Charleston in W. Va. opened its all new Innovation Center, a dedicated space for students to enjoy live sporting events and connect with their peers. The Tech Decision During the building process, the University decided to incorporate innovative technology that would truly establish an engaging environment. To do so, […]
Call them Generation Y, Generation Now or Millennials – they are already a huge part of the workforce, or attending colleges and universities to get educated and trained. They are easily the most technologically savvy generation in history, using a vast array of interactive technologies to meet, chat, plan, shop and work. It stands to […]
Imagine a city in which buildings alert you when they need repair, there is Wi-Fi on every street corner, sensors tell the garbage trucks where, when and how often to collect, and where data is analyzed in a way that tells us which streets are more likely to be crime hotspots based upon traffic and […]