With so many articles about Higher Ed IT across the web, it can be easy to miss something important. Here we have collected articles from some of the best Higher Ed IT blogs for you in one aggregate feed. We are constantly updating this list from some of our favorite sources.
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Ten years ago this month the American economy suffered its worst financial crisis in nearly a century. Problems had been building through the previous year, but in September 2008 things came to a head with the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the Great Recession. These events changed the world in ways I think we’re still struggling to understand. With this post I’d like to share some reflections about
“But I don’t have anything worth stealing!” You’ve probably thought this to yourself before, reading ITS’ dire warnings about how to stay protected. You’re pretty unimportant in the grand scheme of things as far as hackers are concerned, right? There is a grain of truth to this. You’re probably not the CEO of a giant firm with millions on people’s confidential information at your fingertips. You’re just an average Joe
Applications Makes Learning to Play an Instrument More Interactive and Productive for Students and Teachers I recently spoke with Ohad Galan, CEO of Tonara, a powerful application designed to provide students with much needed feedback while practicing their instruments. Tonara is also a great platform for teachers to connect with their students and extend the instructional process and support well beyond the classroom. Tonara started up in 2012 in
James Allan, Director, Alumni and Stakeholder Relations, University of Melbourne, shares his thoughts on engagement, technology, analytics, staffing, and more. This is the ninth post in our series of Q+As with higher education advancement leaders on topics related to digital alumni engagement. Key Takeaways As more alumni live far away from our campuses, we need to create programs and opportunities that are available to them where they live. Digital
HigherEd Live – Advancement Leader Q+A: Conveying the Importance of Digital and Data to Alumni Engagement
James Allan, Director, Alumni and Stakeholder Relations, University of Melbourne, shares his thoughts on engagement, technology, analytics, staffing, and more. This is the ninth post in our series of Q+As with higher education advancement leaders on topic...
You no doubt heard the news the about Elon Musk’s SpaceX project that will take a billionaire to the moon. Tuesday, he tweeted that they would livestream the moon mission in VR. And in high def, no less. ... Read more Elon Musk: SpaceX will livestream moon mission in VR This article first appeared on Digital Bodies.
Last week I wrote a piece where I hypothesized that the way to understand online learning and business schools is through the lens of brands. I argued that for top business schools, online education is about defending and evolving their brand positions, and about leveraging existing brands to scale. In this post, I look a bit deeper into what U.S. business schools with global brands are doing in online education.
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Image Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Steal_password.jpg Open sesame. Abracadabra. When you’re locking down your data, how secure is the password you chose? If it’s anything like the magic words above, have we got news for you. Your password tricks are not working. Worse, you might be letting security slip and opening yourself up for a student to sneak information to unlock valuable, FERPA-protected data. Are your passwords secure? Learn three ways students may
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