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.
Hi, Just wanted to share that I successfully completed CXL Institute’s Intermediate Google Tag Manager course. It was great to dive deep into several important areas of GTM that go beyond the basics. Below is a bit more information about the course....
Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here to share with our blog readers. This week in the wrap … a new poll shows faculty attitudes about edtech as quite positive, Adobe grants are helping to ‘spark empathy' in students, two pieces about cybersecurity in our schools (purposely placed back to back)
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Burger King’s innovative AR campaign proves that while we wait for inexpensive augmented reality glasses, you can do incredibly creative AR advertising through Smartphones. It shows how engaging AR can be and gives you a glimpse ... Read more Burger King’s Innovative AR Campaign – “Burn That Ad” This article first appeared on Digital Bodies.
Divergence and alignment.
The recent college admissions/athletics scandal continues to roll on, with commentary, revelations, firings, and denunciations rippling across the land. But for now I wanted to draw attention to jokes about it. The Onion poked at the college sports angle with a cruel riff purporting to come from the NCAA: “As an organization that always strives to squeeze money out of college athletics, I’m disgusted that this all went on right
Part 3 of 3: NOW WHAT? In Part 1 of this series we looked at and compared seven online course design rubrics as they are today. In Part 2 we looked at why these rubrics have become more important to individuals, programs, institutions, and higher education systems. In this segment, Part 3, I'll review what's missing from the rubrics, what's next, and how various stakeholders are going, or should go,
(Read the press release online). That’s right, you heard it here first. Higher Ed Live will now broadcast through PlatformQ Education’s (PQE) Conduit webcasting platform. In an effort to better reach and engage our community, we’ve recently entered into a partnership with PQE that allows us to leverage PQE’s Conduit online engagement platform. Conduit will serve as the new provider for webcasting, social media streaming, and live online chat
(Read the press release online). That’s right, you heard it here first. Higher Ed Live will now broadcast through PlatformQ Education’s (PQE) Conduit webcasting platform. In an effort to better reach and engage our community, we’ve recen...
There is no question that technology is changing education. Teaching and evaluating students is no longer restricted to the four corners of the classroom. It can happen anytime and anywhere with the aid of computers and the internet. It is not surprising then that more and more educators are gradually transitioning from traditional methods to more practical, technological solutions. Practical not only for them but more importantly for the
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