19 janvier 2015

Windows Server 2012: 4 critical abilities and how to implement well

eCampus NewsBy . One door closes, another opens. That adage is apropos not only of the process of matriculation, but of the technology tools on which educational institutions rely. And one of those transitions is now upon us, as Windows 2003 nears its official “end of life” – that is, Microsoft’s termination of support, effective July 14, 2015 (as it happens, Bastille Day). More...

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EDUCAUSE’s 10 higher-ed IT issues in 2015

eCampus NewsBy . The top IT issues facing higher education in 2015, as outlined in EDUCAUSE’s annual report, include retaining qualified staff, developing funding models, and supporting users in a variety of environments. More...

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5 ed-tech highlights from CES 2015

eCampus NewsBy . The annual International Consumer Electronics Show is the showcase for newer technologies already in the marketplace and those soon to debut. More...

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Manufacturers draw in millennials with new training approach

eCampus NewsBy . Finding millennials who are interested in manufacturing and have the aptitude for it are two challenges facing manufacturers trying to replace retiring baby boomers. But there’s another: teaching millennials once they find them. More...

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Gaming aims to improve students’ writing skills

eCampus NewsBy . In what some are calling the next evolution in gaming, a new education-specific video game is winning awards and helping students develop a critical skill…expression through writing. More...

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Report: Kick back online learning profits to faculty

eCampus NewsBy Ron Bethke. According to this new report published by Ithaka S+R with support from the Lumina Foundation, public research universities are cutting costs and increasing access effectively thanks not only to a host of new technologies, but sound implementation and a focus on faculty motivation. More...

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