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.
The World Cup is over. Transfer season is well and truly upon us . . . it can only mean that there’s about six weeks left until Labor Day and the traditional start of the fall semester. Hmm. You know what? Let’s just try to get through the weekend–have a good one! Donna Laclos gave a keynote talk last month called “Who Gets to Use ILL?”, and it’s
Clean energy and institutional differentiation.
One of the major benefits of higher education is the “college premium.” That’s the economic boost a graduate receives to their lifetime earnings as a result of getting a postsecondary degree. The common understanding is that the college premium is real, and justifies the costs of spending years in higher ed and accumulating debt thereby. Recently the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has been researching the financial returns to higher ed,
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I've written several pieces over the last year or so sharing my concerns about the ways in which digital media are being exploited to manipulate people's thinking and the importance of educators looking for opportunities raise students' awareness of this. Here are a few of these: “Peeling Back the Layers to Get to the Truth Behind News Sources” “Digging Down to Find the Truth Behind “News” – an Example”
It’s time, it’s so time to bring an end to the annoying tangle of VR cables that we all deal with. So we were thrilled to hear that the VirtualLink ... Read moreGoodbye completely annoying VR cables This article first appeared on Digital Bodies.
LIS, disciplines, and learning innovation.
This article was originally found in mStoner’s monthly Intelligence newsletter. If you’re interested in receiving this type of content in your inbox, including information on mStoner’s latest research and webinars, sign up now — no form submission required! A sea of sameness. This is how most education institutions end up positioning themselves: Expert faculty. Ideal location. Great facilities. Multidisciplinary approach. Global alumni network. Experiential learning. Students who really want to change the world
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Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals – Get ready for #AIM! (Applications, Integration and Mobile)
Each year at HighEdWeb, the Applications, Integration and Mobile (#AIM) track offers sessions that ensure you can make the most of your website application development skills and knowledge. We’re really excited about our sessions this year — w...
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