It seems it was not that long ago that I started as a student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and we did our all our computing via terminals on mainframes.
The challenge of this new paradigm is that each has a different time scale.
Cloud computing allows students, faculty and staff to easily store, share, manage and access important documents and systems online anytime, anywhere, from any device.
The concept of an on-premise LMS is fading away, and it won’t be long till the only options available will be with modern features in a robust, up-to-date cloud environment where a vendor can offer capabilities much more easily than before.
When I recently became CIO of Washburn University in Kansas, my new colleagues asked me what I planned to accomplish in my first 60 days.
If adaptive learning is implemented in a lecture-based course, it has a good chance of producing better learning outcomes, more efficiency, and probably higher satisfaction.
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We can manage our new reality via policy review, police and security culture review…insure in alignment…where possible to include an evolving threat matrix, understanding the threat time-line.