10 mai 2018

Blockchain et Sup

http://blog.educpros.fr/gilbert-azoulay/wp-content/themes/longbeach_gilbert/images/img01.jpgBlog Educpros de Gilbert Azoulay. Quels sont les impacts de la technologie blockchain dans l’ESR ?  Le dernier séminaire « Blockchain4Edu » du CRI (Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires) a permis d’entrevoir les première pistes et une autre approche de certains sujets. Mais aussi d’y voir plus clair sur ce qu’est réellement la blockchain. Quels seront les modes de gouvernance  ? Quels seront les nouvelles pratiques de l’ESR avec la Blockchain. Plus...

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Classroom tech is reshaping the campus experience

eCampus NewsIn the rapidly evolving world of science, universities are creating a standard of technology in the classroom. Technology not only produces high-quality education through time-saving applications and effective communications, it also makes life easier for the user and can ultimately be incredibly cost-effective. More...

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Coding bootcamps require hard work, but payoff can be worth it

eCampus NewsCoding bootcamps offer a faster way to break into the developer job pool, but grads say it isn't a piece of cake. More...

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09 mai 2018

A quick look at cloud terminology

eCampus NewsThe cloud may be easier and more affordable than advertised, but it isn’t free. Still, computing horsepower is finally a virtual (or, perhaps more appropriately, a virtualization) bargain. It’s entirely possible for your college or university to spend $10K a month and tap enough power to drive a 1,000-user organization. More...

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9 trends shared by innovative community colleges

eCampus NewsSupporting mobile devices is a top priority among a majority of community colleges surveyed in the Center for Digital Education’s annual Digital Community Colleges Survey, which offers an inside look at schools’ technology and innovation priorities. More...

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How to prevent a phishing attack

eCampus NewsYou know that email you once received from a friend or colleague that clearly wasn’t sent by him or her? More than 90 percent of all cyberattacks begin with this kind of phishing email. Unfortunately, higher education is no stranger to phishing. More...

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Top 10 VR influencers you should be following

eCampus NewsWant to keep up with the latest virtual reality news? Here are some of the best minds in the virtual, augmented, and mixed reality space. More...

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U. of Ark. at Little Rock uses Aruba Mobile First Infrastructure

University Business Magazine logoAruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE:HPE), today announced that the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UA Little Rock), a metropolitan research university serving approximately 12,000 students and 2,000 employees, has begun a major network upgrade across all of its campuses using the Aruba Mobile First Architecture. More...

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Barnes & Noble Education LoudCloud drives affordability, accessibility at campuses

University Business Magazine logoBNED LoudCloud, a (NYSE: BNED) company, today announced that as part of its ongoing mission to drive affordability and accessibility on campuses nationwide, it has lowered the price of BNED Courseware to $25, and expanded its available subject offerings for the fall semester to 32 total courses. More...

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University of Houston taps CDTi Advanced Materials

University Business Magazine logoCDTi Advanced Materials, Inc., (Nasdaq:CDTI) ("CDTi" or "the Company"), a leader in advanced emission control technology, announced it is partnering with a consortium led by University of Houston (Houston, Texas) on a Department of Energy (DOE) grant. More...

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