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Using a Mobile Solution to Empower Students In and Out of the Classroom

Getting started with REEF Polling by i>clicker is simple and easy; instructors engage with the software already in use, and remove the need for re-authoring or importing new content. Students are able to use their own mobile devices to respond to polling questions in the classroom, then review content and answers outside the classroom as a study guide. Join Professor Kate Biberdorf – University of Texas, Austin – as she discusses how after using other mobile polling solutions, REEF Polling was the right option that allowed her to empower her students in and out of the classroom.

Protect Students and School Networks from Today’s Cyber Attacks

With a growing reliance on technology, schools of all sizes face the same advanced threats as corporations and government agencies, including viruses, malware and targeted attacks. Protection doesn’t have to be complex or costly. Join Sophos security experts as they discuss why today’s advanced attacks require a new approach to threat protection.

Learn About Forward-Thinking Wi-Fi Practices to Provide a Fast, Reliable Campus Wi-Fi Network

Join us to educate yourself on creating a mobile-enabled learning environment that enables students and faculty to function completely wirelessly — anytime, anywhere. This webinar will be conducted interactive Q&A style and we encourage all attendees to be prepared to ask questions!

Mitigating Cyber Risks With Security Ratings: A Case Study with University of Arizona

Join Stephen Boyer of BitSight Technologies and Christian Schreiber of University of Arizona for an informative webcast that discusses the cybersecurity challenges college and universities face, and how new tools like security ratings are helping.

Enabling Safer, More Secure College Campuses with Enabling Technologies

In this IDC study, learn how new technologies such as social forensics, video surveillance, GPS, and advanced threat analytics can be used by higher education institutions to improve campus safety and security in a cost-effective manner.