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Connected Casebook Solution Turns Law School Learning Digital
The Connected Casebook solution enables students to learn about law digitally, and for a lower cost.

Bigger Video Boards Help Boston College Compete Against Living Rooms
Boston College’s new video boards help pull people out of their living rooms and into the stands of Alumni Stadium for a full stadium experience.

Colleges Turn to AirWatch for Easier Mobile Device Management
Mobile device management platforms like AirWatch allow colleges to service mobile devices and protect their networks.

The Horizon Report: A Look at Where Higher Education is Headed
Ruben Puentedura and Cyprien Lomas give educators a horizon report on higher education during a seminar at EDUCAUSE.

State-of-the-Art Security on Exhibit at Art Academy
The Academy of Art University in San Francisco is protecting its students, faculty and facilities with updated security measures and lock systems.

6 Layers of Cybersecurity Your College Should Consider Protecting
Paul Jeffreys, Director of IT Risk Management at the University of Oxford gives a seminar at EDUCAUSE on how to keep your college’s network cybersafe.

How Colleges Can Prepare for the Students of 2020
At EDUCAUSE, a college administrative panel talks about preparing for the students of 2020, and what their colleges are doing to prepare now.

HigherEdTechDecisions Now Accepting Nominations for Best Products of 2014
The announcement that HigherEdTD is accepting nominations for the Best Products of 2014 slideshow.

5 Reasons Why Your College Should Consider Optical LAN
Colleges that implement Optical LAN on their campuses will decrease energy consumption, cut out middle and core electronics on the network, increase on-campus space and guarantee bandwidth.

12 Deadly Sins Committed By Online Administrators
Dr. Brian Udermann from University of Wisconsin La Crosse shares the 12 deadly sins online administrators make in higher education.

Berklee’s New Residence & Performance Tower: Music to Boston’s Ears
Berklee College of Music’s new building was built to expand recording-based teaching tracks and provide performance spaces for students.

3 Reasons Why College Students Should Trim their Technology Wish List
If Generation Z college students ease off their technology wants, colleges can focus on fulfilling what they actually need.

When They Can’t Get What They Want: How Colleges are Complying With Students’ Needs
When colleges don’t live up to students’ needs, the futures of both are grim.

6 Ways to Equip Your Campus’s Work Out Space
Some ways you can pump up your college’s workout space include installing a video wall, a sound system for communal music and touch screens for students to sign up for fitness classes.

St. Cloud State University Forecasts Real World Broadcasting Experience with Updated Studio
St. Cloud State University’s updated broadcast center provides students with a new learning space and real-world experience.




If your college’s mobile device platform is failing, it’s time to rethink, rework and restructure your options to keep educators and students happy.