01 décembre 2018

7 campus healthcare facts to know

University Business Magazine logoIncreasing public pressure and a growing union presence have driven higher ed institutions to improve the experience for part-time faculty and staff. More...

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A look into a hefty Clery Act fine in higher ed

University Business Magazine logoThe Clery Act requires colleges and universities participating in Title IV programs to take many security-related action steps to ensure compliance. More...

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Creating video content that appeals to college students

University Business Magazine logoEducators seek ways to streamline presentations in this age of short attention spans and new tech capabilities. More...

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Beacon facts and campus potential

University Business Magazine logoSeven beacon characteristics and nine high-potential higher ed uses—from campus tours to class attendance. More...

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Providers on beacon technology in higher ed

University Business Magazine logoBeacon technology for location services in higher education is rapidly increasing in adoption. Wireless connectivity and additional mobile network services have become key drivers for students in the college-decision process, and universities are rapidly realizing location services’ value in attracting and retaining top students. More...

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8 ideas for CTE marketing

University Business Magazine logo1. Advertise in a variety of places—from local TV, radio and social media to high school job fairs.
2. Target specific populations through Facebook advertising.
3. Consider using virtual reality and other cutting-edge technology to show potential students what their jobs could be like. More...

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Your college’s health claims report arrived. Now what?

University Business Magazine logoClaims data can provide a wealth of knowledge—if you know where to look. To start, be sure to keep your eye on these four data points that can help identify costly problems or student trends that need addressing. More...

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Adapting higher ed computer policies to cover new risks

University Business Magazine logoComputer use policies cover a range of regulatory demands while also protecting students, the college or university, and all generated data. More...

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Inside Look: Repurposed buildings for higher ed

University Business Magazine logoAdaptive reuse in higher ed blends the old with the new. More...

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The balance between innovation and fiduciary responsibility

University Business Magazine logoPublic institutions are constantly attempting to re-define their core missions and at the same time, regain the public's trust.  As such, there are a number of forces that have made the Higher Education landscape increasingly competitive. More...

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