A recent EDUCAUSE report places the continued evolution of hybrid courses and AI learning tools among top tech trends.
The Write Stuff
This digital whiteboard’s high resolution helps images pop off the screen.
As the school’s digital accessibility coordinator, Jill Bateman raises awareness across campus so everyone can learn.
Bold and Bright
This projector can produce accurate images for nearly any size screen and in almost any lighting.
Automating tasks can help ease the burden on university cybersecurity teams, but which tasks are safe to offload?
Asking the Right Questions
Before investing in innovative tech, here’s what you should know to gain benefits for professors and students.
Know Your Limits
As vendors start restricting free cloud storage, colleges and universities must take stock of their current practices.
DRaaS is a simple way to ensure university operations can continue during unexpected events. Here’s what to ask potential partners.
A Better Model
Synthetic data provides opportunities for ethical, high quality AI modeling.
More Than a Game
Colleges and universities present esports as a route to viable career opportunities.
Technology and human-centric design are driving innovative teaching spaces in higher education.
The demand for cloud computing skills is sky-high, and colleges and universities are helping their students attain them.
Strong Wi-Fi and other connectivity solutions are helping engage college sports fans on game day.
A Balancing Act
Balancing the traditional on-campus experience with the flexibility of online learning requires careful planning.
By offering students access and encouragement, university IT leaders can help promote diversity in technology fields.