University sports arenas, like the one at the University of Pittsburgh, are boosting their Wi-Fi capabilities to support networking demands for fans attending home games. Universities like Howard University are demonstrating the value of learning tech skills in the classroom via a new cloud computing curriculum designed to meet employer needs.
Other institutions are beefing up tech on campus to support hybrid initiatives. At the University of Michigan, the Central Campus Classroom Building fosters collaborative and innovative in-person learning experiences, and added technology also supports remote learners. Cloud-based telephony solutions help keep the remote and in-person workforce connected at Butler Community College and enhance collaboration between teachers and students without compromising privacy.
We know the value of the higher education experience because we see it in action every day. Now it’s up to all of us to prove that value to those who need to realize it the most.
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