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The Connected Campus: White Paper

Just because most students and staff are moving about campus using wireless devices like phones and tablets, there still has to be a reliable secure wired network supporting the wireless infrastructure in the background. Integrating wired and wireless management is the best way to build out and manage this new type of campus network — one that is flexible, capable, and scalable.

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Campus ID Card & Security Study Guide: White Paper

Colleges and universities are hectic places when a new semester arrives and thousands of students flood onto campuses all over the world. When thousands of new students are waiting to set up their course schedule, pick up any parking passes, move into their new dorm and purchase books for classes.

Expanding the Horizons of Augmented and Virtual Reality in Higher Education: White Paper

A resurgence of interest, innovation and investment in augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) is underway. Immersive technologies like AR and VR, often enhanced by artificial intelligence (AI), are rapidly becoming more powerful and versatile. The AR and VR market and the need for workers who are proficient in the use of these technologies are ballooning. Download this article to learn more about how education is addressing innovation opportunities and how they are unlocking potentially valuable usage scenarios for immersive technology and extended reality (XR). Educational institutions must enable students with the appropriate skills to pursue a career in which the digital enhancement of reality is key.

Extending Your Reach to the Non-Traditional Student: White Paper

"Post-traditional" has become the norm, not the anomaly. Nearly three-quarters of students pursuing college education have one or more of seven characteristics defined by the National Center for Education Statistics that set them apart from those first-time, full-time 18-to-22-year-old students who enter college right after earning their high school diploma. The new Common App for transfer helps institutions support those students who haven’t followed the traditional path to college but are still determined to achieve their educational goals.

Five Ways to Empower Students to Ideate: Choosing Technology for Informal Spaces: White Paper

Collaboration and teamwork are increasingly desirable skills for employment. Active learning with an emphasis on ideation, a brainstorming process that focuses on participant creativity and accountability, has the potential to bolster skill development.