According to Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at University of Michigan, if your goal is to improve student outcomes, employ active learning techniques.
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The Open Cloud Consortium is working to meet the collaboration and data-management needs of multi-institution big data projects.
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At one time higher ed wanted community-built software because of the $0 price tag; now many universities are paying somebody else to keep open source projects moving forward.
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How can IT leaders encourage the creating and use of active learning spaces on campus? Focus on overall goals and outcomes before the technology.