A professor of electrical engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University uses Sony’s Digital Paper device for e-textbooks, lecture notes, grading and more.
Things have changed dramatically over the last decade, as questions and concerns over privacy have emerged front and center in the public consciousness. And that’s led more universities to create designated roles for chief privacy officers (CPOs) who are taking on an ever-evolving responsibilities.
Technology is now integral to the learning process for students and professionals. Here are the 10 technologies predicted have the biggest impact on higher ed in 2019.