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  • Five Tips for Enterprise Media Management

    • Phil Chatterton
    • August 22, 2016

    Many institutions don't know where to begin or how to roll out a comprehensive media management and delivery strategy. These five essential guidelines show the way.

  • Adult Education: Edtech's Next Act of Disruption

    • Kevin Bauman
    • August 8, 2016

    Adult education professionals can lay the foundation for next-generation education and lead the way in the next disruption of an entire business sector by encouraging radical innovations in edtech.

  • Passive Optical LANs Support IoT Growth

    • John Hoover
    • August 8, 2016

    To prepare for the connectivity and bandwidth demands of the growing Internet of Things, higher education institutions should consider replacing legacy copper-based local-area networks with passive optical LANs.

  • Online Learning Rocks!

    • Ethan Miller
    • July 25, 2016

    An experiment in teaching English as a second language online garnered significant benefits for the students, who participated more actively and showed improved acquisition of the content and multiple skills along the way.

  • Pokémon Go and Higher Ed Campuses

    People talk about the risks of having Pokmon Go players on their campuses. What about the benefits? Outreach to the community, at a minimum, and bringing potential students to campus can outweigh any concerns.

  • Preparing Students for the Middle Skills Workplace

    Middle-skill jobs require a specialized skillset best learned by doing. Offering a variety of learning materials and simulations of real-life work situations provides experiential learning that can prepare students for those careers.

  • 8 Steps to Limit the Security Risk of Contingent Workers

    • James Litton
    • May 16, 2016

    Proactive steps can help limit the security risk posed by contingent workers, who are more prevalent than ever in higher education. Contingent users must be handled as rigorously as regular, full-time users.

  • The Two Worlds of Learning Analytics

    In institutional core data, a course boils down to one data point per learner: the grade. In course management systems, a course easily produces five orders of magnitude more data points per learner. Do we really need two worlds of learning analytics?

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