Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Mar 06, 2017
Education today is described as between paradigms from the traditional to the digital. Students expect a highly engaging interactive learning environment, not stagnant instructor-led designs. Learning technologies, and changing pedagogical methods, are not only changing the way we teach but also the physical environments we teach in. Download now to learn more.
This is a case study which shows how Voorhees College implemented a revolutionary communications solution based around a service-orientated Unified Communications architecture from NEC to provide students, faculty and staff in five locations with software-based voice and desktop communications tools to achieve a 40 percent savings over its previous traditional telephony solution.
"Smart Campus: The roadmap of best-practice tips from the top IT education experts A smart campus enables everyone — from administrators to faculty to students — to engage with the entire educational experience anytime, anywhere. Explore the five critical keys to delivering a modern education experience >"
"Smart Campus: Break down classroom walls with a smart technology strategy 70% of K-12 and IT administrative decision-makers said preparing students for the future workforce was one of the main drivers for adopting classroom technology. Read how to prepare your network for a digital-first classroom experience in this report >"
The need for high-throughput wireless access was especially acute at Ligonier Valley High School, where
hundreds of students, especially those in math and science classrooms located in one wing of the building, vied for
simultaneous wireless connectivity to applications such as Larson Math and Science and the ALEKS one-on-one
instructional system. Whether in the math and science wing or other areas of the school, bandwidth-intensive
streaming video, multicast within classrooms, is common.
Students, faculty, and staff are all on the go. In today’s mobile world it only makes sense that teaching and learning are no longer confined to the
campus anymore. But to maximize the benefits of a mobile, connected campus, you need a solid plan and infrastructure.
The school has a reputation for innovation and makes extensive use of technology to educate its students and to prepare them for the technologies which help shape the world of both work and higher education.
Lodi USD needed a long-lasting wireless infrastructure with enough headroom to support media-rich apps running on tens of thousands of Chromebooks. This case study explains why the school district turned to Ruckus Wireless.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Oct 02, 2015
From students to executives, finding solutions to improve efficiency, productivity, and communication has become vital.
These end users are trying to excel in their work, and while they don't mean to cause harm, in most organizations this desire leads to the use of applications, services, and data storage and sharing beyond IT's boundaries. This practice, known as “shadow IT,” walks a line that information security officers are uncomfortable with, and it's having an obvious impact on technical support teams. The good news is, there are opportunities for all support organizations, regardless of their stance on shadow IT.
Dysart Unified School District (DUSD) is Arizona's fastest-growing school district. Despite the district's extremely rapid expansion, it remains focused on its mission of "Increasing in Excellence" - or, preparing students for life in the new century.
Published By: Neustar
Published Date: Mar 04, 2013
Learn more about how to get the most out of your marketing budget and improve operational efficiencies by implementing a successful inquiry nurturing program through commitment to consistency and dedication to frequency.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 20, 2017
Many students and their parents are becoming disillusioned by the high cost of college and the lack of job skills that students are equipped with at graduation time. Our new webinar addresses this issue head on, as award-winning author Jeff Selingo and Liz Dietz, vice president of Student strategy and product management at Workday, discuss next-generation admissions practices and the adoption of competency-based learning approaches to ensure successful student completion and workforce readiness.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 20, 2017
Today’s modern institution moves at the speed of information. Asking yesterday’s finance, HCM, and student information systems to keep pace doesn’t really make sense, does it? Leaders from The Ohio State University, University of Rochester, and Vassar College highlight how their move to the cloud increased productivity, improved efficiencies, lowered the total cost of ownership, and—most importantly—gave their staff and students the necessary tools to succeed.
The attacks continue. The breaches occur. Penalties are assessed. While most universities manage to keep pace with the latest digital trends, they have been far less timely when it comes defending their networks and sensitive data against the latest targeted attacks and threats. This lack of protection is evident as recent headlines expose costly data breaches of student records and research, state and federal compliance violations, and a raft of other privacy and security issues that put students, alumni, staff, and the institutions themselves at considerable risk.
Today’s emerging talent is accustomed to a 24/7
connected world. Technology for recruiting
college and graduate students has to match that
expectation if companies are going to successfully
land qualified applicants in an increasingly
competitive race for emerging talent.
To stay on top in in the competitive world of higher education, institutions are striving to differentiate themselves with innovative programs and high-quality student services. Core to the success of these initiatives is people. How are you attracting the best faculty and staff to deliver the outcomes today's students expect? This white paper describes modern HR best practices for fueling student success.
Get Ready for a New Era of HR - Competition for talent is increasing, skills shortages are worsening and social recruiting tools are making it easier than ever for faculty and staff to change jobs. HR leaders must align their human capital management, data and talent strategies around these trends in order to create great employee experiences that serve their students and institution best.