The education-technology revolution is changing the way we teach and the way we learn.  Lessons become more dynamic, student learning is ignited. Find out more about technology in schools and how space, technology and culture converge.

Digital Signage

In The Know (Enhancing + Engaging + Connecting)

Reading the Signs

A look at the challenges facing a digital signage network in higher education.

Emerging Technology

Windows 8

Tech Upgrade (Real-World Solutions)

Putting Students First with Technology

Security Technology

Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

Security Technology On Campus

A look at the newer security technologies colleges and universities are considering and using on campus.

new residence hall

Living Spaces (Furniture & Equpment)

A Classic for the New Millennium

Important traditions live on in a new residence hall at the University of Georgia.

Emerging Technology

Enterprise Content Management at Work

campus building upgrades

In the Know (Enhancing + Engaging + Connecting)

Old Building, New Life

From BIM to energy-use monitoring, WiFi and more, existing buildings are being redesigned and outfitted to become technological standouts.

Enhancing + Engaging + Connecting

Linking the Helm

Integrated classroom controls can expand teaching options at the touch of a well-placed button.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

The Role of Technology

Emerging Technology

Desktop Virtualization

A strong case for virtualization in higher education.

Real-World Solutions (Tech Upgrade)

Comprehensive BYOD Management at SDSU

Plugged In to Learning

Technology is modernizing the traditional instructional environment. The modern college student arrives on campus with more than just a suitcase in tow. An array of gadgets will also be on hand, including a tablet computer, a smartphone, an MP3 player, perhaps a laptop.

Get the Word Out

Communication is key, especially during emergencies. Technology can help spread the word.

Multimedia U

Today, in college classrooms, instead of the silence of students taking notes in notebooks, one may hear the soft tapping of laptop keys. Technology in the classroom has been evolving at a rapid rate, leaving teachers and students sometimes running to keep up. Multimedia technology, which specifically refers to technology related to audio and video, is no exception.

The Greener Side of Tech

Sure, it’s easy to toss trash into the proper receptacles and to turn off the lights when leaving a room, but how does a university with thousands of personnel, administrators, and students on campus initiate a greener place to live, work, and study? Green initiatives for the higher education sector are everywhere, and there are so many ways that colleges can get involved, from implementing cleaner technologies that use less power consumption to offering vegan dining choices in the cafeteria to properly disposing of old, outdated printers.

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