28 juin 2018

College presidents share “the best book I’ve ever read”

eCampus NewsAs we head into summer, here are some books that come highly recommended. More...

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Can a focus on R&E double your enrollment?

eCampus NewsTexas A&M University’s College of Engineering is working on an ambitious initiative called 25 by 25, with a goal of almost doubling enrollment to 25,000 students by 2025. “When Dean Banks came on board, she put some aggressive plans in place, including 25 by 25,” says Ed Pierson, chief information officer at the college. More...

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Could an up-and-coming technology make your campus stand out?

eCampus News4K resolution—also known as ultra-high definition (UHD)—is a fast-growing technology, with use of 4K content expected to increase from around 10 percent today to almost 40 percent in 2020. It was a trending topic at the recent InfoComm and UBTech conferences in Las Vegas, where higher education leaders considered implementation strategies for 4K and other emerging audiovisual innovations. More...

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8 college presidents on “the best leadership advice I’ve ever received”

eCampus NewsSeeking tips on leadership? We've got you covered. More...

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7 ways institutions can strengthen their digital learning strategy

eCampus NewsWhen colleges and universities take a strategic approach to digital learning, and when they invest in designing and developing high-quality courses and programs, they are able to realize critical objectives, according to a new digital learning report from Arizona State University and The Boston Consulting Group. More...

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The University of Washington will begin directly admitting computer science majors as freshmen

eCampus NewsComputer science is such a fast-growing, popular major at the University of Washington (UW)’s Seattle campus that two-thirds of the freshmen and sophomores who apply don’t get in. More...

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This one-year-old bioscience incubator is already a success

eCampus NewsIn its first year, Austin Community College’s (ACC) Bioscience Incubator (ABI) not only matched expectations, but exceeded them. More than 800 unique visitors from 10 countries toured the innovative space and more than 65 life science companies expressed interest in admission into ACC Bioscience Incubator. More...

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3 ways technology has evolved the lecture

eCampus NewsInteractive flat panel displays (IFPDs) have become increasingly common in educational environments, thanks in part to the technology’s flexibility and ongoing evolution. IFPDs let us easily share information with more devices in more ways seemingly every day. More...

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5 institutions making innovative moves

eCampus NewsFrom "data science for all" to Build With Robots, universities are supporting initiatives and programs that bring innovative changes and experiences to their campuses. More...

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We need to support foster youth in higher ed

eCampus NewsLast month was National Foster Care Month, a time to highlight the role each of us can play in enhancing the lives of children and youth in foster care. It’s a sobering fact to think that 400,000 children and youth are in foster care at any given time; in 2015, more than 670,000 children spent time in U.S. foster care. More...

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