Higher Ed IT Blogs

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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11 Questions for my 3,000 Colleagues at ACRL 2017

What do you want to know?
Published on March 24, 2017 By Joshua Kim
7 hours ago

Recommended Reading: The Power of Explaining to Others

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1097) Mike Caulfield is one of a sadly dwindling number of truly interesting, deep-thinking bloggers about educational technology in higher ed. If you don’t follow his blog, you should.[1] He can be an acquired taste. He has his obsessions that take him into weird little intellectual corners sometimes. But as he lays out in his fantastic post,
Published on March 23, 2017 By Michael Feldstein
13 hours ago

Higher Ed Marketing – A new Twitter list for #highered news junkies

Are you interested in getting the latest news from journalists and news outlets that specialize in higher education If so, I’ve got a list for you. I’ve created a Twitter list called Highered-news that aggregates tweets from higher ed news or...
Published on March 23, 2017
14 hours ago

Helping Your Students “Get It”

Recently my colleague Mary Labrada and I presented a session on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) at the RU Online Learing Conference. The goal of our presentation was to give the attendees guidance on how they could immediately incorporate UDL strategies in their courses. It goes without saying that the easiest way to incorporate UDL best practices is at the initiation of course development process, yet many of us have
Published on March 23, 2017 By Jeniffer Obando
14 hours ago

Digital Learning, Browsers, and Apps

The surprising resilience of a 27 year old technology.
Published on March 23, 2017 By Joshua Kim
1 day ago

Tech Tip: Excel Surveys with Office 365

Did you know that with Office 365, you have the ability to send out surveys made with Excel? It’s true! One of the many features of Office 365 is the capacity to send out sign-up sheets, questionnaires, and other types of surveys. Surveys can be created from within an open workbook by clicking “INSERT,” “Survey,” and then “New Survey.” Then create your table, with one column per question. You can
Published on March 22, 2017 By Katelyn Gebbia
2 days ago

2017’s Technology Trends in Higher Education

For the last 14 years, the New Media Consortium has issued an annual Horizon Report, detailing six key trends, six significant challenges, and six technologies that it predicts will soon impact colleges and universities. Over the past few years we have witnessed the vast impact that technology has had in Higher Education which is why we want to share some of these ideas with you.  The report’s predictions are classified
Published on March 22, 2017 By Jeniffer Obando
2 days ago

Clarifications On UC Berkeley’s Accessibility Decision To Restrict Video Access

By Phil HillMore Posts (466) I had planned earlier to write a post or two on the UC Berkeley video kerfuffle but kept getting sidetracked with more articles in trade press and national media. And there have been quite a few articles, but many if not most seem to focus on the decision as a short-term transaction – DOJ ruling, UC Berkeley decision
Published on March 22, 2017 By Phil Hill
2 days ago

HigherEd Live – Rethinking Alumni Student Mentor Programs

I was in Australia a few weeks ago for CASE Asia-Pacific. While there, I gave a workshop on alumni relations and career services collaboration. Towards the end of the session, I was asked for my opinion on mentor programs. I took a deep breath and shared ...
Published on March 22, 2017
2 days ago

Rethinking Alumni Student Mentor Programs

I was in Australia a few weeks ago for CASE Asia-Pacific. While there, I gave a workshop on alumni relations and career services collaboration. Towards the end of the session, I was asked for my opinion on mentor programs. I took a deep breath and shared my sentiments. I argued we should rethink mentor programs to a room full of professionals in various stages of building these programs themselves. There
Published on March 22, 2017 By Ryan Catherwood
2 days ago
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