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.
A good book with a terrible title.
I love to optimize my sites as much as I can, and I use tools like GTMetrix to test them to see where I can eek out more performance. Google launched a new site this week, Web.dev, but it looks at more than just performance. Web.dev, a site launched this week, will audit your site for not only performance, but also SEO and accessibility. Other tools do not offer
There are two vital questions that must be answered when it comes to recruiting prospective students: How are you getting students to visit your campus? What are you doing to ensure your prospective students become enrolled students? We recently teamed up with our partners at Georgia College & State University (GCSU) in Milledgeville, Georgia (listen to that conversation) to talk about these questions. GCSU figured out that
There are two vital questions that must be answered when it comes to recruiting prospective students: How are you getting students to visit your campus What are you doing to ensure your prospective students become enrolled students We recently teamed up...
Averaging across all students who start college, only about six in 10 will be at that same institution by the next year. More than a third of college students transfer to another school. Why do so many undergraduates leave? Colleges and universities work enormously hard to get the attention of prospective students, to drive up enrollments of qualified applicants and then have as many of those admitted as possible choose
The SPHERES VR experience made news in the spring when it scored the million-dollar-plus deal at the Sundance Film Festival. That distribution agreement had us all guessing when and where it would show up. We got the ... Read more The amazing SPHERES VR experience is now on Oculus Rift This article first appeared on Digital Bodies.
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At OpenEd18 I gave a presentation titled “Questioning the OER Orthodoxy: Is the Commons the Right Metaphor for our Work?” I’ve been meaning to translate some of that thinking into writing, and a prompt in my inbox this morning finally has me moving. In the presentation I made the point that metaphors are extraordinarily powerful. The metaphors we choose to employ literally determine what we will see, consider, and understand
Create speaking assignments and get your students talking in minutes with the speaking practice app™ I recently talked with Carlos Seoane, co-founder and CEO of Extempore. I've been aquainted with Carlos and his company for a few years now, as colleagues at Extempore have contributed several quality guest posts to the site. It was great to hear about the success they have been having with this unique and powerful app.
Last night I was accidentally part of a strange little scene. Before going to bed I went down to this hotel’s business center to print out a few pages for tomorrow’s workshop. I fired up the computer, got online, grabbed the document I needed, and set to. You have to know that the “business center” is actually a nook near the hotel lobby. It consists of one computer and one
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