Here's what's on the IT table for three different institutions during the coming year.
A new online learning platform aims to put the student in the driver's seat of his or her own education.
Alma has launched a free cloud-based student information system and learning management system. Availability of Alma in 2014 is limited to the first 500 schools to sign up.
Highly customized enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems will be considered "legacy" by 2016, according to a new report from Gartner.
EFI has expanded its PrintMe cloud printing solution to include new apps and drivers, more locations to print and additional language support.
Discussions one might find in the general press about the notion of "globalization" often focus on economic mechanisms. But put the term in a higher education setting and you have something very unique, values you won't necessarily find in other markets. A CT Q&A examines globalization in the higher education context with Marist College Senior Academic Technology Officer Josh Baron.
The ruling this week by a federal court on the Open Internet (Net Neutrality) Order may turn out to be, as one commenter called it, "a terrible idea," or, as another observer put it, a source of "a lot of overheated rhetoric." Education, for its part, could well see major changes to how it's able to deliver learning content to students online.
Blue Jeans Network's cloud-based video collaboration platform is now available through the Internet2 NET+ portfolio.
BenQ's new EW series monitors allow users to stream media -- including cloud-based content -- from their smartphones, laptops or game consoles for large-screen viewing.
Adobe Connect users have a new way to build games into their online sessions and foster discussion and interaction among meeting attendees.