As universities become more frequent targets of cyberattacks, higher education IT teams may want to consider taking a firmer grasp on application access management.
As pedagogy evolves and classrooms move further and further away from the sage on the stage model of knowledge delivery, how can districts make sure their classrooms are supporting innovative new teaching styles?
Video doesn’t need to be a passive medium. Here’s how to keep students watching and make them feel like they have a stake in their own learning outcomes.
From artificial intelligence to STEM education, these technologies and topics are worth paying attention to this year.
Ever-increasing numbers of universities and colleges are teaming up with bootcamps to deliver tech training. Does your campus need one too?
A Michigan institution is taking advantage of proximity to a local makerspace for student learning. The University of Michigan-Flint Department of History has purchased 15 passes for Factory Two, a facility a 10-minute walk from campus, that will allow students to go in and use the space’s resources for their projects.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence carry inherent risks to colleges and universities and their students — but only if the people making the decisions fail to exert control over the tools’ influence, Fred Singer argues.
Higher education institutions may need to rethink their network protection strategies to make sure student data is secure, and zero-trust networks may be the solution.
The National Science Foundation calls cybersecurity “one of the defining issues of our time.” The U.S. is particularly vulnerable, according to Juniper Research, because of the substantial amount of national and international data located within a wide range of companies, governmental entities and institutions, with little regulation. . .
Although a wealth of research suggests that active learning increases student engagement and improves academic outcomes, many college campuses struggle to get faculty to shift away from traditional, sage-on-a-stage style teaching practices. But some institutions are gaining traction using a novel approach: leveraging the expertise of facilities and information technology staff to support the redesign of classroom learning experiences. . .