Bridging the Gap

Apogee Technology Seminar 2018: How Effective Leaders Support a Successful College Swim

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Dec 4, 2018 1:00:28 PM

 

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Topics: Technology Trends, Higher Ed Trends, Higher Ed Technology, Business Officers, IT Officers, Housing Officers

Creating a Culture for Change: Themes at EDUCAUSE 2018

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Nov 21, 2018 10:56:13 AM

 

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Topics: Technology Trends, CIO, Higher Ed Trends, IT Officers, Higher Ed Technology

Video and Student Success at Ohio State University: A Recap of AHECTA 2018

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Oct 30, 2018 11:42:13 AM
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Topics: IPTV, Cable TV, Video, Technology Trends, Social Media

Tuition Discounts, Retention, and Mergers : Observations on the 2018 Survey of College and University Business Officers

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Oct 17, 2018 4:12:15 PM

 

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Topics: Higher Ed Trends, Business Officers, Technology Trends

Institutional Culture and the Internet of Things: A Response to "Agile.edu"

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Sep 20, 2018 11:24:40 AM

 

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Topics: Higher Ed Trends, Business Officers, Technology Trends

Revamping Orientations for iGen Students

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on Sep 5, 2018 4:13:49 PM

I’ve seen many orientation varieties throughout the years. In some cases, orientations are exciting, fresh starts for students who can’t wait to begin college. Some want to reinvent themselves, and others are following in the footsteps of siblings or friends who’ve had rave reviews about their experiences and made “best friends for life” in college. Personally, my orientation was one of the more nerve-wracking experiences I’d had. I was an out-of-towner headed to another state’s flagship institution. Naturally, all the kids who went to the same high school sat together in the dining hall for lunch, and I found myself wandering around between tables as seemingly the only Mainer in a group of New Hampshire-ites. Luckily, the one other Maine student rescued me (thanks, Ray!) and my orientation experiences ultimately evolved into an extremely productive college experience.

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Topics: Engagement, Social Media, Campus Life Channel