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Communicating with Humor

An online educator offers a way to get your e-mails noticed — and get a few laughs.

Working the Online Crowd: Humor and Teaching with Tech

Infusing online courses with a little fun can make a big difference in engaging and motivating students.

Change on the Horizon

Educause's purchase of the New Media Consortium's assets gives a new home to the Horizon Report — and hopefully new life to the community behind the report's forecasts.

What to Know About ED's New Stance on Data Breach Reporting

It's no longer optional for colleges and universities to report data breaches to the U.S. Department of Education — yet the agency has not clearly defined its expectations. Here's what institutions should be aware of.

Top 10 Campus Technology Stories in 2017

Virtual reality, online learning, digital literacy and tech adoption concerns have all been among the most popular topics on our website.



Making an Impact with Data

The key to student success is an institutional culture steeped in data, from faculty and administrators all the way down to the students themselves.

Why Higher Ed Is Poised to Lead the Way in Digital Signage

Colleges and universities have not always been known for innovation in AV technologies, but advances in digital signage are putting higher education at the forefront of the field.

What to See at Educause 2017

If you're headed to Philadelphia this month for the Educause Annual Conference (Oct. 31-Nov. 3), you won't want to miss these timely topics.

2017 Ed Tech Trends: The Halfway Point

Four higher ed IT leaders weigh in on the current state of education technology and what's ahead.

What to See at Campus Technology 2017

If you are traveling to Chicago this month to convene with other higher education IT leaders at CT2017, here are 8 sessions worth attending.

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