Purdue's Signals is a real-time, early intervention system that provides students with timely, concrete steps to improve their coursework, targeting specific areas where their academic success may be at risk.
As a next step in its multi-year strategic technologies initiative, Pacific Lutheran University will begin using a new set of tools to crank up results of its recruitment and enrollment efforts.
Kentucky Community & Technical College System has hired the services arm of Blackboard to help redesign its processes for delivering services and support to students as part of major efforts to improve student retention, streamline operations, and reduce expense.
Workday, which offers software-as-a-service programs for human resources, payroll, and finance--has just announced versions of its services specifically for colleges and universities.
Frederick Community College, a two-year college in Maryland with about 6,300 students, has begun implementing a new refund disbursement system.
Two universities apply the principles of business intelligence to procurement and purchasing, with significant results.
Even as budgets are trimmed, enrollment at community colleges is soaring. Community college CIOs share strategies for weathering the storm.
Northeastern University's College of Business will use Turnitin for Admissions to verify admissions essays submitted in 2011 in an effort to combat plagiarism.
IBM is expanding its presence in education cloud computing with the release of a new SaaS-based service named Decision Management for Education.
Jenzabar has released a new version of its student retention system and renamed it FinishLine.