Information security in higher education has come a long way in the last seven years.
Perhaps starting with a quotation from the President in office immediately before the Great Depression is not an especially auspicious beginning, and could lead to interpretations that higher education in the United States.
This simple question is one that that many parents in our school district will be asking their children after the 2016 fall roll-out of our 9-12 Chromebook 1:1 initiative. And the question has driven our thinking and planning efforts.
From the beginning of our existence, humans developed their own way of mastering their environment. We learned by interacting with our surroundings and we developed tools, learned to gather and to hunt, formed villages, grew crops, built shelt
High school seniors have a lot on their minds, from college applications to campus visits to wrapping up their social and academic time in high school.
The extraordinary effort by the Internet2 community has driven forward the emergence of a ‘research and education’ cloud to complement commercial and ‘government’ clouds.
We encourage faculty to leverage computing technology to increase their research productivity...
This should be a great time for EdTech in the UK.
“I think what this project really cemented for us and much of the campus is that we can’t really...
Of all the new big things in higher education, one of the most talked about is adaptive learning because it resonates with the principle that students achieve best when they control their own learning space.