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Open-source Moodle, already the most widely used LMS in the world, is continuing to gain traction. Join us to explore how Moodle has impacted the LMS market and continues to be a pioneer in emerging LMS technologies.
Time: 11:00 AM PT
Migrating to a new LMS is a massive ordeal, but totally worth it to best meet the needs of faculty and students. Listen as two administrators discuss how they’ve successfully migrated systems, including why and how they did it, and lessons learned.
From lecture capture and flipped classrooms to student presentations and events, video has become central to higher ed learning. Listen as three academic technologists discuss best practices and considerations for successfully using video at scale.
It’s human nature to ask ever bigger questions and strive to solve ever more complex problems. High Performance Computing (HPC) is one more technological tool that can help us in that quest. HPC is pushing innovation of the next amazing achievement in science, engineering, healthcare, and education.
Building the right infrastructure to access and protect restricted research data is not just a science but an art form.
Campuses are particularly vulnerable to security threats given their open network architectures and the sheer number of users they serve. While dealing with a steady stream of attacks can be resource intensive, searching for and hunting down data from different systems can be time consuming.
We know stakeholders, students, and citizens are all demanding more, putting even greater strain on an organization’s infrastructure and expertise. There’s no “one size fits all” solution to optimize data center efficiency. Can hyperconvergence help?
Students, faculty and staff are witnessing the evolution of the digital campus where
technology is in the forefront of transforming the face of teaching and learning in such a way that classrooms, libraries and campuses will no longer look anything like the way that many students currently learn today.