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  • Transforming Higher Education: The Guided Pathways Approach

    • by Rachel Mullins Veney and Lara H. Sugimoto
    • June 19, 2017
    • Editors' Pick

    Community colleges must move from a model that promotes access to enrollment to one that supports access to completion. Leveraging technological resources can be a key to instituting transformative change. STAR was the Guided Pathways technology needed to provide a deep transformational shift across the University of Hawai‘i system, community colleges included.

  • Integrating Data and Systems to Support Next-Generation Enterprise IT

    • by Mark Berman, Param Bedi, Kevin Willey, Michael Mathews, and Kathaleen Reid-Martinez
    • June 19, 2017
    • Editors' Pick

    This set of case studies describes efforts by three institutions as they adopt next-generation enterprise IT principles by integrating data and systems in support of institutional mission and goals.

  • The AI-First Student Experience

    • by Aric Cheston and Drew Stock
    • June 5, 2017
    • Editors' Pick

    Thoughtful application of artificial intelligence can help advisors and faculty help students, and help students themselves stay on track and take full advantage of the resources available to them through their college or university.

  • The Elegant Design Imperative

    Elegance in the design of technology and user interfaces results in accessible applications, devices, and services. Providing elegant, accessible tools allows all users to fully participate in education, the workplace, and everyday life.

  • Creating MOOCs for Students in Developing Countries

    • by Satesh Bidaisee
    • May 8, 2017
    • Editors' Pick

    After an approach designed to attract students in developing countries missed its goals, St. George's University in Grenada created a highly successful massive open online course (MOOC). Real-time interactions and solid student support were key to the turnaround.

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