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Tech Spotlight: Prepare Your Campus Network for BYOD: White Paper

Download this comprehensive collection of articles and case studies to learn—from both Campus Technology and Aerohive—how to properly prepare your campus network for BYOD.

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4 Steps to Justify an Analytics Investment : White Paper

More than 80% of IT leadership consider analytics a priority for higher education’s continued success. In this guide, we have drawn on the experience of a wide range of institutions to assemble four key steps that will help justify the cost of an analytics strategy in higher education.


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Creating a Culture of Assessment on Campus: White Paper

Download this whitepaper to learn how assessment is proving to be a powerful tool for helping faculty – and students – better navigate the learning process and how assessment can help you!


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iDashboards for Higher Education Providing Insight for Operational Success: White Paper

Colleges and universities are increasingly adopting business intelligence dashboards to monitor performance and strive toward their strategic planning goals. With diverse stakeholders and complex organizational structures, higher education institutions are seeking enhanced data visualization solutions in order to increase transparency. Having self-service dashboards, institutions can access at-a-glance data anytime, anywhere and drilldown into critical metrics. Learn how you can utilize intuitive dashboards for real-time, data-driven decisions.


The Case for 3D Printing at Your School: White Paper

This paper explores the use of 3D printing for creating complex mechanical objects— specifically gear systems. The goal is to help you understand how to integrate gear-making into your curriculum, whether that’s for engineering students (an obvious place to include it) or for other endeavors, such as the arts and sciences where students want to make real their virtual ideas. By introducing your students to the study of gears—something that moves something else—you’ll be setting them up with the basics that will serve them a lifetime in the realm of the physical world.