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.
HigherEd Live – Enter now: EDU Hall of Fame honors champions in higher education social media excellence
Colleges and universities around the country enter to be recognized for social media excellence in the EDU Hall of Fame The Social Media Strategies Summit – Higher Education is a two day conference coming to Boston, November 2-3, 2017. Now in its 3r...
Not too long ago, Phil sent me a link to an article in The Atlantic about how an obsession with maximizing clicks through analytics “broke” The New Republic. By the way, I know where you probably think I’m going with this already, and it’s a reasonable direction to take, but it’s not the one I’m going to take. Anyway, here’s the passage that gets to the heart of the problem: One
How a haircut made me wonder if we are worried about the wrong things when it comes automation, robots, and employment.
Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals – Be a leader regardless of your role and title
Karlyn Borysenko is principal for Zen Workplace, and she will be presenting at the 2017 Leadership Academy. Its a two-day deep-dive, immediately before the HighEdWeb Annual Conference, that offers leadership training to web leaders and managers. Leadersh...
Digital Bodies: We were excited to hear that the groundbreaking VR tech and entertainment company Within hired noted game developer, Dave Cowling, as their new VP of Engineering. The move has sparked interest among VR… The post An Interview with Dave Cowling at Within: From Games to Compelling Stories in VR appeared first on Digital Bodies.
My team manages a lot of Dell hardware. We’ve run into situations enough times now where we have to replace the system board on a host. The system board’s management interface, iDRAC, has a license key on it, and when you replace the system board it’s helpful if you can export the license key ahead […] The post Fix WinRM Client Issues appeared first on The Lone Sysadmin. Head over
A Detroit campus has gone far beyond the queen sacrifice, announcing enormous cuts to its operations. Marygrove College will end all undergraduate programs next year, leaving only its graduate school. That means axing about one half of the institution, at least in terms of students. Faculty and staff cuts will have to be extensive, although I can’t find out specific numbers yet: “the number of faculty at the school will be shrunk
Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals – The Importance of Web Governance in Higher Education
Mark Greenfield serves as the director of web services at University at Buffalo, and he will be presenting Web Governance at the 2017 Leadership Academy. Its a two-day deep-dive, immediately before the HighEdWeb Annual Conference, that offers leadership ...
Digital Bodies: There’s fascinating news out of the SIGGRAPH conference this week. The Boston-based start-up, Neurable, unveiled the world’s first mind-controlled VR game. We’ve never been fans of the current interfaces in VR. From… The post Here Comes Your First Mind-Controlled VR Game appeared first on Digital Bodies.
D2L the company and Brightspace the company’s LMS are undergoing something of a revival in the past year. It’s not as if they have dropped in terms of market share – in fact the have a history of strong client retention, losing few customers – but the early 2010’s did not lead to rapid customer growth as they had expected after raising two rounds of a combined $165 million in