Community colleges in states hit hard by the recession have felt the sting of state budget cuts for several years running. Yet expectations of IT service delivery haven’t abated. How do they cope?
When USC's students began bringing computers to class, its law school turned to technology and rigid process to maintain academic integrity in the testing room.
AAEEBL's President and CEO Trent Batson examines trends in the ePortfolio marketplace. Through a series of recent interviews with 14 companies that provide the technology, Batson identified key areas to watch as this fledgling market blends with other important technologies and begins to find some real maturity.
A team of students from Drexel University has successfully created a collaborative app for conference and classroom use that works across mobile operating systems.
As tablets enter the educational mainstream, universities move to evaluate their impact on teaching and learning.
In the face of a shrinking number of staff members to do the manual labor and grander plans to look further afield when hiring faculty, this college sought a better way to collaborate on faculty hiring.
Open source vendors can save institutions money and resources, but it's important to ask the right questions up front to avoid surprises.
At Ball State University, students must not only consume new media, they must be able to create it.
CT examines the 6 biggest challenges to improving wireless service on campus--and learns how three schools are forging solutions.
With the use of smartphones soaring, distributed antenna systems (DAS) offer schools a way to improve cellular service, even in the most problematic corners of campus.