C-Level View
Strategic Discussions on Technology

Executive View

  • A Profoundly Disruptive Technology

    The Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) had its first world conference this last week in Boston, co-located with Campus Technology 2010. The group of learning and assessment experts is organized around its members' interest in ePortfolios.


Worth Noting

  • MIT Research Asks, Just How Fast Is U.S. Broadband?

    In the race for Internet speed, the United States could definitely be called a slacker. According to data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, in the area of average advertised broadband download speed this country falls somewhere between those little heralded hotbeds of high tech, Italy and Greece.

  • Northeastern U Trying Unified Search

    In the coming year, Boston's Northeastern University will try a new search technology for its library collections.

  • Universities Struggle with Wave of Data Breaches

    Universities in Florida, California, and Maine are all grappling with the outfall from data breaches that have exposed personal information to potential misuse.

  • Indiana Wesleyan U Speeds Backup with Disk-Based System

    Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion has gone public with its deployment of storage equipment from Quantum to replace a system using a Dell tape library and Symantec NetBackup version 4.5. The newer setup uses a DXi7500 Express disk-based system with 9 TB of disk space, along with a Quantum Scalar i500 tape library.