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Fighting Staff Resistance to Change

When the e-learning team at Northern Virginia Community College doubled in size, not everyone was happy. Here are five ways the school is building trust and acceptance to ease the transition.

Mastering the Move to Google Mail

After migrating its entire campus to Google Mail, Santa Clara University shares its experience and offers advice to schools considering a similar move.

Architecting Student Success: Integrated Software for the Community College

Known primarily for its success as a recommendation engine, Sherpa is actually South Orange County Community College District's "sandbox" of integrated software systems that provides many new tools for student success.

Tackling Plagiarism

Faculty members at Brevard Community College fight plagiarism on the same battlefield that has spawned a proliferation of copying, borrowing, and improperly citing information sources.

4 Reasons Why Admissions Should Be in the Cloud

For schools taking their first steps into the cloud, the admissions department may be the perfect place to start. Here's why.



Top 7 CRM Trends

Constituent relationship management has undergone a serious makeover: Here are 7 ways that today's CRM systems can manage your school's relationships in a more personal and effective way.

Moving Exams Out of the Classroom

Removing the test from class time to a dedicated testing center frees up time for more instruction, plus allows for more frequent testing. But what are the challenges of on-campus testing centers--and how can institutions successfully tackle these issues?

Finding Your Way With Digital Signage

Touchscreen technology is turning digital signs into interactive route planners, giving users customized directions based on everything from time of day to weather conditions.

Training Next-Gen Data Superheroes

Faced with a shortage of professionals capable of taming Big Data, schools are launching data science programs to train a new generation of data specialists.

Going Behind ITs Back

Going Behind IT's Back

In an era of consumer IT, faculty and staff are increasingly deploying their own technology solutions, which is fine--except when it comes to data management.