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DSF and DSE One Events Coming to Town in October
By Jessica Kennedy · October 7, 2014 • DSF and DSE announce October 2014 events.

How Colleges Can Prepare for the Students of 2020
By Jessica Kennedy · October 6, 2014 • At EDUCAUSE, a college administrative panel talks about preparing for the students of 2020, and what their colleges are doing to prepare now.

5 Reasons Why Your College Should Consider Optical LAN
By Jessica Kennedy · September 25, 2014 • 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.

Scottish University Unifies Its Video Surveillance
By Robin Hattersley Gray · September 19, 2014 • New video management software and cameras help UWM more effectively manage security on all four of its campuses.

When They Can’t Get What They Want: How Colleges are Complying With Students’ Needs
By Jessica Kennedy · September 15, 2014 • When colleges don’t live up to students’ needs, the futures of both are grim.

6 Seminars Educators and End-Users Should Consider Seeing at EDUCAUSE 2014
By Jessica Kennedy · September 10, 2014 • A list of seminars that educators and end-users should consider seeing at EDUCAUSE 2014.

InfoComm Cancels Its First of Two InfoComm Connections Series Events
By Jessica Kennedy · September 9, 2014 • InfoComm cancels its first InfoComm Connections Series event due to space and time constraints.

The Doctors Are In at NUTN 2014
By Jessica Kennedy · September 8, 2014 • A look a some of the doctors that are presenting at NUTN 2014.

St. Cloud State University Forecasts Real World Broadcasting Experience with Updated Studio
By Jessica Kennedy · September 8, 2014 • St. Cloud State University’s updated broadcast center provides students with a new learning space and real-world experience.

University of North Texas Upgrades Broadcast Studio While Planning for the Future
By Dan Daley · September 6, 2014 • The University of North Texas upgraded it's student broadcast studio with new HD Hitachi cameras, RU1000VR remote control panels, a Ross Vision-M 1.5-M/E multi-format switcher, Compix Synergy 2 dual-channel HD graphics system, a Blackmagic Design router and a 360 HD Maxx server. The studio was designed to with the latest technology and built to last at least 5-7 years.

4 Tips for IT to Prepare College Networks for Back To School Week
By Jessica Kennedy · September 4, 2014 • A look at tips centered around preparing a college’s network fora smooth transition for a new year.

5 Apps That Can Help Freshmen Adapt to College Life
By Jessica Kennedy · September 3, 2014 • Apps that feature ways to eat better, save cash and stay motivated may help freshman have a successful year on campus.

HigherEd TechDecisions To Attend EDUCAUSE and NUTN
By Jessica Kennedy · September 2, 2014 • HigherEd TechDecisions will be travelling to San Antonio to cover NUTN, and to Orlando to cover EDUCAUSE.

5 Ways to Amp Up Your College’s Sports Stadium
By Jessica Kennedy · September 1, 2014 • Colleges are able to attract attendees by updating their digital signage presence, Wi-Fi, seating spaces, parking spaces, and food menus.

Michigan Virtual University Brings E-learning Project to Nigeria
By Chrissy Winske · September 1, 2014 • Michigan Virtual University and Venture Garden Group are partnering to bring an e-learning project to Nigeria where there is a shortage of colleges. Using Mediasite by Sonic Foundry, MVU is helping Nigerian faculty to implement lecture capture and expand access to education.

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