25 août 2018

2 ways to use social media to teach research skills

eCampus NewsSocial media offers four different ways to collect information from a substantial number of sources. First, you can apply knowledge organization to classify and catalog information or content, such as creating a playlist on YouTube and adding videos associated with that category. More...

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Makerspaces a growing trend, but will they deliver?

eCampus NewsMakerspaces—physical spaces that create communities for collaboration, skill building, and equipment sharing—are multiplying on campuses across the country. These spaces give students hands-on, collaborative, and entrepreneurial experiences that complement classroom instruction. More...

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These 4 areas are critical to higher ed’s technological transformation

eCampus NewsHigher ed is in the middle of a critical–yet often invisible–technological transformation, according to a new report from the Center for Digital Education (CDE). More...

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Survey: Employers should prepare workers for lifelong learning

eCampus NewsThe future of work will be lifelong learning, but are employers preparing workers. More...

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Middle Tennessee State University: Pressing forward on the quest for student success

eCampus NewsMiddle Tennessee State University (MTSU), a public research university of 22,000 students, is located in Murfreesboro, southeast of Nashville and almost exactly in the geographic center of Tennessee. Its student body is 50% Pell Grant eligible, 50% first generation, and 40% minority. More...

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10 ways colleges use analytics to increase student success

eCampus NewsThe success of higher education institutions depends on the ability to excel across the student life cycle. Regardless of the type, size, or focus of a college or university, they all strive to attract and enroll high-quality students, retain and graduate students, and maintain strong relationships with alumni. More...

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The explosive growth of collegiate eSports, part 1

eCampus NewsWithin a few short months, SUNY Canton added three eSports teams and was competing at the varsity level with a number of other forward-thinking colleges and universities around the country. eSports is growing exponentially (the numbers are staggering), and university athletic departments and administrators are taking notice. More...

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How our campus supports active learning and collaboration

eCampus NewsHere’s how West Chester University used branding to scale, standardize, and implement a complete tech solution to drive its BYOD initiative. More...

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How to use social media for classroom assignments

eCampus NewsSocial media is embedded in our culture. Online users regularly visit multiple sites each day to interact with their online community of family and friends, post and distribute content, and consume information. Social media sites are databases where our students go to communicate before and during class sessions. More...

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The secret to edtech adoption? Make it easy

eCampus NewsToday’s traditional college students come from the generation of digital natives, meaning they are generally incredibly fast learners when it comes to new technologies. More...

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