The question about ePortfolios is no longer "What is it?" Now, it's "How can we do it?" A Web-based ePortfolio provides the answer.
Trent Batson urges social Web site developers to offer options for managing use for academic purposes.
The Department of Homeland Security has issued the regulations that will govern the Real ID Act that sets standards for drivers' licenses across the country. How will it impact you and your campus?
Campuses are starting to outsource e-mail services to popular Web 2.0 mail services such as Hotmail, gMail, Yahoo Mail, or others. Will various office functions also be outsourced? How far will outsourcing to the Web go?
Since you've encrypted the data on your laptop, it's safe even if your laptop is stolen, right? Wrong. Researchers at Princeton have demonstrated ways to hack your encrypted data using your own DRAMs against you.
In Web 2.0, the proliferation of Web services that create spaces and sites for learning continues to grow and add value.
Wherever there has been a black board, a white board, or a flip chart, there have been messages left in desperation warning those next in a classroom not to touch what was written or drawn or diagrammed on the particular surface provided. For those coming into the room to teach, it can be both annoying and frustrating. What alternatives are available?
The battle between the recording industry and higher education over student piracy has been raging for years. Are long-term trends emerging, and what do they mean for colleges and universities?
The experts tell us that a pandemic is inevitable. The only question is when it will happen. Is your organization ready? Can you keep essential IT functions running? What can you do to be prepared?
We've all developed and tested plans (or should have) for natural disasters--hurricanes in the Southeast, earthquakes in California, floods in our river valleys, and wildfires in the West, to name a few. Horrific as these events are, they are local or regional, affecting a few million people at the most. The rest of the country is still able to step in and provide aid. But what happens in the unlikely event of a disaster that impacts the entire country? Are we ready?