There is always something new and exciting to read about in Higher Ed IT — be it a new app that’s being developed or a new product that will greatly improve your productivity. Here you can find all your IT news in one central location.
Experts estimate that hurricane-destroyed homes could take years to rebuild. A small team of IT leaders in higher education and experts from the building trades hope to expedite the work with an augmented and virtual reality (AVR) training program intended to draw people to the trades who previously would have considered it "dirty, underpaying and uninteresting."
Today we’re talking about something that affects 44 million people across the U.S. today: student debt. But is student debt really the problem? According to Michael Alexander, President of Lasell [...] The post What’s Causing Student Debt? Lasell College President Michael Alexander Breaks It Down appeared first on EdTech Times.
Signal Vine allows schools to communicate through two-way personalized text messages that are sent to students based on data such as GPA, major, FAFSA status and more.
Academic achievement is highly over-rated — at least to many Americans. The U.S. public would like to see their education dollars to go into programs that support career preparation and soft skills while giving a thumbs-down to vouchers and standardized testing.
Ohio University students and alumni will now have access to intensive online and on-site training in coding and other tech skills, thanks to a partnership with technology talent development company Revature.
NetSupport has updated its IT asset management solution to work with a wider array of operating systems, to better manage users and more.
Students’ college orientation experience plays a significant role in how they perceive their overall higher-ed experience, according to new survey data. According to the survey, students who had a positive experience with college orientation were 17 percent more likely to report a positive student life experience. Students with a poor orientation experience were 71 percent more The post Fascinating: Can college orientation predict a student’s experience? appeared first on eCampus News.
The University of Alabama has created a new pathway to get the best and brightest minds into secondary mathematics teacher education. The post Large university begins incentivizing math education appeared first on eCampus News.
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