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The US and UK: Comparing higher education in the two top ranking nations
Jami Morshed

By Jami Morshed
Vice President of Global Higher Education, Unit4

While the US and the UK may share dominant placement when it comes to international rankings for higher education degrees, programs and institutions, the similarity often ends there. From the cost of higher education to key performance indicators like dropout rates and employment outcomes, these two world powers have each charted their own unique paths.

3 free technologies to take PBL to the next level
M. Spencer

By Michelle Spencer
Senior Manager of Professional Services, Vivitek USA

With more than 20 years in the classroom and at schools, I have always aimed to inspire students and teachers to make learning authentic and relevant to the community and student interests, especially through project-based learning (PBL).


How a new model of autism treatment uses robots
Shelley Margow

By Dr. Shelley Margow
Owner and Clinical Director, Children's Therapy Works

One in 68 children in the U.S. has autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As an occupational therapist, I’ve seen firsthand how ASD makes life-changing impacts on a child’s ability to succeed in life and school, builds barriers for teachers trying to provide instruction, and creates hardship for families.

Hyperconvergence in campus IT-Why taking a software approach is best
Trevor Pott

By Trevor Pott
IT Consultant

New technologies often fundamentally change how IT procures and operates infrastructure and Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) is no exception. HCI is the combination of compute and storage into an easy-to-manage solution that doesn’t require dedicated storage experts to keep it running. The business case for selecting HCI over traditional infrastructure has long since been made.

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