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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Education Technology Insights
March 14, 2019

Education Technology Insights Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
3D printing is nothing but using computerized abstractions and technical notion to create three-dimensional objects.
Effective LMS solutions offer online assessment solutions. It also offers easy access to the assessment report.
The emerging presence of voice control devices in classrooms and universities, like many technologies, also raises concerns about student privacy and unnatural dependence on digital tools.
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CIO Viewpoint
Rhonda Spells-Fentry, VP for Enterprise Technology and CIO, Prince George's Community College
Technology leaders can audit service levels and monitor resource allocation.
William Ingram, CIO, Belmont University
The first area we focused on was organization.
CXO Insights
By Timothy Renick, Senior Vice President for Student Success and Professor of Religious Studies, Georgia State University
The biggest challenge to adopting new technologies at a large institution such as Georgia State is not finding functioning systems.
By Greg Gazanian, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Arcadia Unified School District
If students are brought into the conversation then they become allies in a mutual effort towards cyber safety and security.