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Thursday, March 19,2020

Feature of the Week

In the age of technology, virtual reality enabled tools are benefitting the teaching learning process by saving time and making the whole process interesting.  Read more
Nowadays with the help of LXPs companies can easily provide painless and effective onboarding training to their employees.  Read more
All the schools and colleges are adopting cloud solutions, but choosing a better option is a little challenging because every solution is not suitable for all the organizations. So the schools should check and then decide.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Brice Bible, CIO & VP, University of Buffalo  
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.  Read more
By Russell M. Kaurloto, VP and CIO, Clemson University  
“We’re moving to the cloud” or “Cloud First” have become common themes in the higher education  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Dr. Karen Baldeschwieler, CLO  
Offers customizable online education technology to universities for student data configuration and educational content creation  Read more
By Nick Shea, Sales Director  
With over three decades of experience in providing services to the education sector, AdEPT Education (formerly Atomwide) is the perfect technology partner for such academic institutions across the UK. The company allows institutions to access...  Read more
By Markus Goldbach, Co-Founder and CEOJohannes Knabe, CTO  
PlagScan provides a plagiarism detection and authorship verification software to retain originality in content creation. PlagScan’s software serves as a ‘didactic tool’ that is more than just a plagiarism detection software, thereby...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Sanjiv K. Bhatia, Ph.D., Professor and Computer Science Graduate Director, University of Missouri–St. Louis  
AI is based on the following pillars: decision making, planning, learning, problem-solving, modeling,...  Read more
By Allen Taylor, Chief Technology Officer, Marshall University  
It is only reasonable to believe Mobile Learning will become a major and essential part of Higher...  Read more