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My college’s data network is on fleek! Supporting devices, connectivity, and coverage for the ultimate compliment

The challenge is supporting device needs, and anticipating future demand. Network infrastructure is a simple way to solve for today and tomorrow. This webinar will review mobility trends, connectivity requirements and converged fiber networks for cellular, Ethernet and Wi-Fi needs.


University of Texas at Austin Makes Teaching Happen Anywhere, Anytime with Google Apps for Education

In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Brad Englert, CIO, and Karen French, Instructional Designer in the Office of Instructional Innovation, at University of Texas Austin. UT Austin’s 51,000 students and 3,000 faculty are working to change the world through groundbreaking research and cutting-edge teaching and learning techniques. Five years ago, they kicked off the process of bringing Google Apps for Education to everyone on campus. Moving to Google Apps has not only saved UT Austin money, but they have seen learning and teaching has become a lot more flexible with collaborative tools that work on any device. In this webinar, hear from Brad and Karen about how their process of transitioning to Google and the opportunities that going Google has brought them.


Project-Based Learning for 3D Printing

Every student deserves hands-on experience with the same tools and technologies they’ll encounter in their careers. As an educator, you recognize the need to adapt curriculum accordingly, but you might still be wondering where to begin. Recognizing the profound implications of 3D printing for the future of design and manufacturing, Stratasys Education has designed a 3D printing course to prepare students for current and emerging careers in those fields.


Using Analytics To Create an Exceptional Student Experience and Keep At-Risk Students in School

Building an exceptional student experience requires and alignment of various disparate data across the institution. A key part of the exceptional student experience is identifying which students are at risk of dropping out or leaving their institution. As reputation and the bottom line are impacted, it is critical to stem attrition in higher education. But what do you do once you've identified which students are at risk? Successful intervention is key to keeping students on track. That could consistent of academic intervention for extra course study, better advising, a revised set of classes. Or it could be non-academic intervention: more financial aid, a work-study program, or social services intervention.




More Lies About Learning

“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend!” So says a character in the classic western “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence.” Learning and development professionals try to discern facts from legends every day as they create learning solutions designed to meet clients’ needs. In this webcast, workplace learning expert, Pluralsight Chief Learning Evangelist and editor of ‘More Lies About Learning’ (ATD 2015) Larry Israelite shares his perspectives on the most compelling lies and how leaders can address them.


What's new in Veeam Management Pack v8 for System Center

Join us for a first-hand look at "What's New" in Veeam Management Pack v8 for System Center. See how this new version helps IT pros make better informed IT decisions to ensure Availability for the Modern Data Center™ in educational environments.


From Books to Bytes: How Educational Technology is Engaging Students and Enhancing Learning

Experts cite technology as key to increasing access and reducing the costs of higher education. This webcast presents primary research/student feedback on technology’s role in accelerating academic and professional success in the classroom and beyond.


802.11ac: The Next Generation Wi-Fi for An All-Wireless Campus
Cedarville University Migrates to Satisfy BYOD and Student Expectations

For many students, faculty, and teachers who need to work, study, make calls, collaborate, or simply access the Internet from their tablets, smartphones or laptops, there is just not enough Wi-Fi. Attend this webcast and receive an inside look at Cedarville University's migration from a traditional wireless network designed to provide basic coverage to an 802.11ac network thoughtfully considered to support an entirely mobile student and faculty and their ever increasing demands for more bandwidth.