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Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.

2021 AI Communications Benchmark Study

AI communications are becoming a “go to” across college campuses – both physical and virtual. This trend is driven both by students' changing communication preferences and the need to expand service capacity with personalized, virtual advising after hours.

Future-Ready IT: Reframing Your Campus Network for Unchained Operations

The same digital transformation that has redefined learning and teaching in higher education has infiltrated all aspects of campus operations — from library to dining hall, from research labs to parking and wayfinding, from student advising to security. There’s one common theme that runs throughout every one of those campus activities: Each relies on a robust network that can deliver reliable performance and rock-solid security.

How UDC Increased Agility and Availability with Ellucian Banner on the Cloud

Hear from the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) in this on-demand webcast to learn how they modernized their Ellucian Banner usage by migrating to the cloud.

Building a State-of-the-Art Campus Esports Arena

Esports (or competitive video gaming) is experiencing phenomenal growth, and college-age youth are critical to its popularity. In fact, members of Generation Z are more than twice as likely to be interested in esports as other generations combined, according to Nielsen Sports — and this is the generation that will be attending college through at least 2034.

What Gen Z Expects in a Student Experience

Improving the student experience is a critical recruitment and retention strategy, and technology-driven services play a key role in this effort. To design a modern campus environment that students will find appealing, higher-education leaders must understand what today’s students demand from their campus experience.

Making the Case for Your Cybersecurity Strategy

Given the "when" not "if" nature of cybersecurity incidents, college executives and administrators need to acknowledge the importance of the topic and invite the experts in regularly to educate them on what's to be done.

Enrich Learning in Higher Education with New Display Technology

As digital technology permeates society, prospective college students prefer to learn and collaborate digitally, driving more higher education institutions to adopt advanced A/V solutions to better compete for digital-first scholars and expand their total offering. In this whitepaper, you’ll read about:

Curriculum Mapping for Student Employability

Recent advancements in technology have left many colleges and universities struggling to ramp up their curricula and help students keep pace with the digital skills expected by employers. But, with student employability serving as a key criterion for reputation building, these institutions must find ways to evolve and equip students with the skills they need to succeed.