Introducing higher education to new tools and techniques to improve teaching and learning can be tough, especially if the solutions are tech-based. CT talks to two educators with a proven record of success in fostering change.
As the Campus Technology conference celebrates its 20th anniversary, we take a moment to reflect on the ed tech trends of the past two decades--and the prescient wisdom of some of our speakers.
In a world where knowledge is available with a few clicks of the mouse, colleges and universities must find new ways to give students the skills to succeed.
Union County College opened just three days after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Eastern seaboard, thanks to the relentless--and innovative--recovery efforts of its president, faculty, and staff.
The 2013 Campus Technology Innovators awards honor IT leaders who have deployed extraordinary technology solutions to meet campus challenges.
Lane Community College integrated its lighting and event-scheduling systems, creating a new source of revenue and an approach to solving other facilities-scheduling challenges on campus.
In 2011, Marist launched the Open Academic Analytics Initiative, supported initially by an Educause Next Generation Learning Challenges grant (funded in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) and now maintained and furthered by the college. OAAI's main goal is to research the "portability" of predictive models, to create tools and resources that are applicable in diverse educational environments.
SpaceScout allows any student with an iOS device or access to a web browser to search for campus study spaces by location on a map or by selecting type of space, capacity, hours available, whether or not the space is reservable, location, noise level, technology resources (e.g., projector), and proximity to food or coffee.
At a time when many universities are still trying to determine where they fit in the MOOC landscape, San Jose State University (CA) had the vision to become the first university to combine MOOC content with college credit.
The Research Network allows people to find other individuals on campus studying similar topics and form their own groups to collaborate around specific subjects.