Resource Center: Cloud Computing

  • Student Engagement

    Resetting the Student Attention Clock student engagement

    The length of time an average university student could concentrate on a task without becoming distracted back in 1973, according to a survey published at the time, was between 10 and 20 minutes. A 2006 survey by Diana Oblinger, current president of Educause, determined that the average student attention span had shrunk to around seven minutes. Read More

  • Cloud Computing

    A Data Commons for Scientific Discovery A Data Commons for Scientific Discovery

    The Open Cloud Consortium is working to meet the collaboration and data-management needs of multi-institution big data projects. Read More

  • Strategic Directions | Feature

    Internet2: Building a Community for Innovation Internet2: Buildign  community for innovation

    It takes a community to innovate — CT talked with Florence Hudson about her new role as Internet2's senior VP and chief innovation officer. Read More

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Cloud-Based Virtual Desktops: A Case Study from Seattle University [Advertortial]

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