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.
Ed tech developer Avantis Education has launched a new education platform designed to bring a "safe and secure" metaverse experience to classrooms. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.
Education developer Learning Without Tears has launched Phonics, Reading, and Me, a supplemental reading program for students in grades K–3. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.
Pear Deck has announced a collaboration with EiE to offer STEM-focused lessons for K–12. The news was announced today at the ISTELive 22 conference taking place this week in New Orleans.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a startling impact on college enrollment. More than 1 million fewer students are going to college than before the pandemic began. It’s the largest enrollment decline in five decades. It’s also an acceleration of a downward trend higher education had already been grappling with for a decade. The post 3 reasons microcredentials are poised to go mainstream appeared first on eCampus News.
Leveraged strategically, technology can streamline university services and processes and ultimately help advance the institutional mission. Here, higher education leaders share how they pursue digital efficiencies, optimize operations and foster a culture of continuous improvement.
Faced with steep enrollment declines and increased stop-out rates, community colleges must re-envision how they are engaging students. Here are three technology-enabled strategies to support student success.
Universities and gaming have always had an uneasy, if not outright adversarial, relationship. Many of the early PC gamers got their start at colleges and universities because universities were one of the earliest adopters of the internet and many people’s first exposure to a personal computer was in a university’s computer lab. The post How Georgia State engages students in every part of esports appeared first on eCampus News.
8 HBCUs Receive Funding to Explore Innovative Partnerships on Improving Mental Health among College Students of Color
LOS ANGELES (June 23, 2022)—The Transformational Partnerships Fund (TPF) awarded $50,000 to eight Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to ... Read more The post 8 HBCUs Receive Funding to Explore Innovative Partnerships on Improving Mental Health among College Students of Color appeared first on eCampus News.
Element451 Addresses Growing Role of AI to Personalize Higher Ed Student Journeys with Release of New Insights Paper
RALEIGH, N.C., June 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Element451, an AI-powered student engagement platform, today released a new paper, “ Swipe, Tap, Submit: ... Read more The post Element451 Addresses Growing Role of AI to Personalize Higher Ed Student Journeys with Release of New Insights Paper appeared first on eCampus News.
FORT WORTH, Texas – In a new milestone that reflects the urgency to improve college students’ physical and mental health, ... Read more The post TimelyMD Trusted to Care for More than One Million College Students appeared first on eCampus News.
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