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

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

Ambassador Perspective: Daniel Aguirre

Posted by Daniel Aguirre, Manhanttan College Student Ambassador on Jul 31, 2018 4:08:31 PM

Constant innovation and renovation encapsulates the life of technology, especially in the field of apps. The introduction of smartphones into our society has enabled us with the ability to communicate in real time. Over time, it has evolved to even video chatting. Unlimited access to limitless information on ideas, events, and people granted to those with a phone. The ones who frequently capitalize on these advancements are college students.

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Topics: Campus Life Channel, Technology Trends, Higher Ed Technology, Student Affairs, Engagement

How Generation Z is Changing Higher Education

Posted by Sophia White, National Content Coordinator on May 8, 2017 10:00:42 AM

“Generation Z”: the still-mysterious yet wildly important generation that has worked its way into the Higher Ed sphere. While their predecessors, the Millennials, are “the most researched generation in history” according to Vision Critical, we’re still figuring out how Gen Z will behave in the real world, and how their departure from the Millennial mentality will affect Higher Education operations.

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Topics: Social Media, Gen Z, Snapchat, Higher Ed Technology, Video, Millennials

Waiting for the IT Budget Recovery? What Schools Can Consider Now

Posted by Megan Rosati, Director Of Business Development, Ohio Valley on Mar 21, 2017 10:54:02 AM

I was intrigued by an October 2016 blog post in Inside Higher Ed titled “Still Waiting for Recovery.” It reports on a Campus Computing survey which finds that nearly a decade after the financial crisis began, many college and university IT officers note their budgets still haven’t recovered. They say the combination of budget cuts and ongoing demands for new services, top professionals and the latest technology is putting them in a tough position.

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Topics: CIO, Outsourcing, Support, Higher Ed Technology, IT Officers, Budget

Six Proven Ways to Stay Ahead of Higher-Ed Learning and Living

Posted by Cortney Overstreet, Director of Business Development on Jan 17, 2017 9:42:29 AM

 During the past decade, sweeping technological innovations and student demands began rapidly outpacing traditional educational methods. The impacts of these changes have continued to expand and academic and residential networks across college campuses have felt the pressure rise.

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Topics: ResNet, Student Demand, Mobility, Wi-Fi, Internet, Bandwidth, Business Officers, Outsourcing, Higher Ed Technology, IT Officers, Academic Digitization, Student Affairs, Millennials