For the hundreds of IT staff across Indiana University's departments and campuses, virtualized on-demand software delivery is the model of the future.
In three months, faculty from eight colleges created course designs for 10 common general education courses using only OER material.
We shine a light on 10 institutions that are models of technology innovation on campus.
UW has created tools that both automate data warehouse access provisioning and turn over the decision-making from IT to the data custodians themselves.
In the Himalayas, Sherpa guides help mountaineers climb higher than they could on their own. That's just what a new software platform--named Sherpa--is designed to do for students in the three-campus South Orange County Community College District (CA).
The six-campus Lone Star College System (TX), in the suburbs of Houston, has developed a sophisticated private cloud that offers greater flexibility, lower hardware costs, and improved performance.
UMB set out to create a toolkit that would enable hearing- and sight-impaired students to participate fully in classes.
Athabasca's Open Knowledge Environment project mounted 30 initiatives to recharge technology infrastructure, redefine skill sets, and revamp processes across the entire organization.
This Florida institution cut costs, reduced travel times between campuses, and enhanced its online learning program with an HD videoconferencing setup.
Self-service help desks can improve response times and free up IT staff, but don't underestimate the work it takes to implement an effective system.