Content on college websites and social media pages must be sharply targeted to captivate prospective and current students. Efficient content management systems (CMS) can help improve pushing content to these various web presences.
College and university staff are at as high a risk for hacking as are employees of any other organization. Campus technology leaders must understand social engineering, how hackers manipulate people and the training employees need to spot a potential attack.
Five prizes of $25,000 in hardware and software will be awarded at UBTech 2016: Apply now. The Harman Innovation Awards at UBTech are now open for applications celebrating innovative higher education institutions and their use of AV and IT T
From the protection of vulnerable student and institutional data to updating messaging systems, university leaders are looking to security vendors to help eradicate emergency situations that arise on campus.
No longer do University of California IT managers consider keeping servers and networks running their only priority. Instead, thanks to a major cultural change, they are being empowered to think like entrepreneurs and innovators, and create value in everything they do.
A more effective curriculum and classroom is possible when design and application are considered along with the technical side of IT. At UBTech 2016, experts will explore the best ways to engage faculty in IT design thinking to innovate pedagogy and learning across campus.
Optimizing presentation opportunities serves both faculty and students in the active classroom. The correct technology will work seamlessly with various modes of content, and will be easily accessible by all users.
Shifting from a lecture-based curriculum to a student-centric learning model requires reformulating course content, often a daunting challenge for faculty. At UBTech 2016, presenters are excited to share what they’ve learned when creating their own dynamic classrooms.
Faculty and media center staff at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh were tasked with designing an economical, scalable active classroom model. Since January 2014, they have renovated four classrooms into spaces that foster collaborative learning. Two more will be built this summer.
The campus workforce today is multigenerational. Millennials, Generation Xers and Baby Boomers all have different goals and expectations—and keeping the engagement levels high for such diverse populations can be a challenge, says Cody Gregg, dean of Library and Learning Support Services for South Texas College, located near the Mexican border.
On campus, financial services for students directly interact with the college’s infrastructure. To create a satisfactory user experience, payment, loan and refund options must be secure while remaining accessible for students, parents and administrators. These processes must also meet new industry regulations.