Campus Technology White Papers.

Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.


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Enhance Learning with Collaborative Technologies

08/27/14

Learn how collaboration and presentation systems can foster engagement, discussion and collaboration.


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Cloud Campus: The Software-Defined College

08/26/14

Cloud on Campus: Higher Ed institutions spend $4B/year on unmanaged investments. What steps are universities taking to eliminate IT silos, deliver increased control, and empower users?


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4 Ways Video Walls Help Higher Ed Attract Students, Create Collaborative Learning Environments, and Build Communities

08/20/14

New technologies in the classroom and a trend toward technology-based models of learning are creating a dramatic transformation in the higher education sector. As traditional institutions struggle to find new ways to stay relevant, one emerging technology trend, video walls, is helping higher education institutions wow tech-savvy incoming students and prove their relevance.Learn what types of video wall applications are being implemented and how they address critical challenges for higher education institutions.


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Case Study: Creating the Library of Tomorrow

08/20/14

Yesterday’s library of card catalogs and the Dewey Decimal System is passé. Today’s learners are tech-savvy and non-conventional. They want a vibrant library environment that fosters creativity, collaboration, and deeply engaged learning. They prefer interactive video chats and lively whiteboard collaboration instead of the hushed group study sessions of the past. In short, they want what a library should have been all along. If you’re wondering how to get started or what the next generation of libraries will look like, we invite you to read about how a major university partnered with the world’s leading audio/video solutions provider, AVI-SPL, to make full use of today’s cutting-edge collaborative learning technologies to build the library of the future.




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The Active Campus Playbook: Five Basic Moves for Driving Student Engagement, Learning and Retention

07/29/14

Colleges are seeking to personalize the learning experience, increase engagement and improve student success outcomes. Download this Industry Perspective to learn how when mobility initiatives, played well, can address all three goals.


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Model Behavior: Re-Training Students Not to Cheat on Exams

07/28/14

Higher education institutions may have a lot to learn from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The lessons aren’t about metal detectors in schools, affordable student dining plans or the latest in vending machine innovation. Instead, they must focus on behavior modification. Among those who need it most. This white paper will explore the methods in which behavior modification coupled with technology-enhanced proctoring can help prevent students from cheating on distance exams.


10 Reasons Why Multi-Material 3D Printing is Better for Your Product Design & Development

07/25/14

Additive manufacturing using PolyJet technology in a classroom or university setting advances the breadth of student knowledge and allows them to rethink product design and manufacturing. The Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer can combine up to 14 materials at the same time within a single consistent model, allowing students to experience a new streamlined design process, explore rapid prototyping and understand advancements in the manufacturing process. Read more to learn about the advantages of multi-material 3D printing.


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Travel Risk Management in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities

07/21/14

The purpose of this paper is to assess the challenges of travel risk management at institutions of higher learning and offer solutions for fixing the duty of care dilemma. In gathering information for this report, PhoCusWright spoke with travel and risk professionals at 11 universities, most of them large U.S. institutions. A number of these schools had recently created new travel or risk programs, some with dedicated management positions. While many are improving and expanding their risk management efforts, in the words of one of them, “it’s a very hard slog.”