Technology & Learning
Information technology provides higher ed institutions with the opportunity to access, share, and create new knowledge, resulting in more organic, natural, experiential, and authentic learning
With a centrally managed data center, researchers can have their cake—supercomputing power at lower cost—and eat it too. Yet convincing them to pool resources can be a tricky political process
Experts say the future of federated identity management lies in the integration of academic and consumer apps—and now is the time to get the infrastructure in place for convergence
Community colleges looking to grow eLearning programs have a range of choices, from the DIY approach to outsourcing.
Two years ago, Abilene Christian University gave an iPhone or iPod Touch to every incoming student. How has IT been meeting the challenge?
Can IT benefit from mass collaboration? Consider these quick-start ideas for using the wisdom and talents of the crowd for technology operations.