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.
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With a little goal setting, administrators can use technology to advance education and meet students’ needs. Here are two ways in which technology is providing what today's students expect—in the classroom and beyond.
Advances in digital signage technology are bringing exciting opportunities to college and university campuses.
In fact, it's already here. From building controls to wearable devices almost anything can — and will — be connected to the cloud. Is your campus ready?
Available technology options can be used to improve campus infrastructure maintenance and repair.
California State University Fresno's School of Education has created technology-enabled classrooms that promote next-generation learning for the next generation of teachers.
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This presentation will address some of the available programs and concerns with information technologies, helping facility administrators and managers better make use of these resources.
This webinar highlights the importance of building a robust physical layer to support the technology that meets the expectations of today's students while keeping costs in check.
Creating more meaningful connections in the digital building.
A network infrastructure that effectively facilitates the agility to adopt wireless technologies campus wide.
With quick implementation and a reliable cloud-based solution, the Facilities Operations department at Adams State University saw a huge turnaround in their maintenance capabilities when they switched to SchoolDude.
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There is both good and potential danger in the 2018 outlook for technology on campus.
Online learning is growing in popularity each year, with new applications springing up on an almost daily basis. Even with its many uses and advantages, the online learning model can present instructors with a new set of challenges and issues. We spoke with Colette Rossignol, education technologist in the Office of Digital Learning at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT, about the present challenges and future potential of online learning at colleges and universities.
Has interest in sustainability initiatives—from alternative energy and water conservation to “green” landscaping, recycling, fossil-fuel divestment, local sourcing, and more—waned on your campus?
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