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November 21st, 2023

AP automation mitigates risk of fraud in higher ed

By Tom Smith, Account Executive for Higher Ed, Paymerang
AP automation can contribute to the success of an educational institution--finance professionals are the first in line working against fraud. Finance professionals can play a significant role in the success of an educational institution, and they are a strong force in connecting the community at various touch points....

November 10th, 2023

How higher ed can get the most out of advanced analytics

By John Van Weeran, Vice President, Higher Education, GCOM
Advanced analytics and data in higher ed can play a role in everything from improved inclusivity to fewer instances of fraud. The data explosion of the past decade has ushered in another era of innovation, as evidenced by the rapid popularity of ChatGPT, a generative AI tool that recently took the world by storm....

November 8th, 2023

Financial planning tools can help increased competition for students

By Justin Martin, Senior Director of Product Management - Higher Education, Syntellis
Financial planning tools can be effective and help prepare for a future beyond the uncertainties of funding and student enrollment. Declining student numbers, devalued degrees, lower retention rates, and affordability concerns continue to reshape the higher education landscape and increase competition among universities....

October 30th, 2023

The impact of analytics on Inclusive Access and Equitable Access

By Kristen White, Vice President of Business Development, Ambassador Education Solutions
Inclusive Access and Equitable Access models improve course materials availability and can positively impact student success. As institutions continue to streamline the course materials process to address ease of use, Inclusive Access and Equitable Access models offer a convenient and measurable pathway....

October 16th, 2023

Leveraging Robust Education Data To Navigate The Higher Education Landscape

Education data—including information related to institutions, educators, students, curricula, and learning outcomes—comes from multiple sources and formats, but the type of data and who can access it also varies. Because of this, it’s essential for organizations operating in the education sector to understand the...

October 16th, 2023

Hybrid learning is here to stay–and so are pandemic technologies

By Micah Remley, CEO, Robin
Effective room management and flexible booking options help streamline challenges that come with increased hybrid learning options Five years ago, the idea that a hybrid learning model would be the norm in higher ed would have been met with skepticism at best. Now, it is the norm for many colleges and universities....

October 11th, 2023

4 ways to align higher education with in-demand workplace skills

By Brad Koch, President of Higher Education and Strategy, Open LMS
Universities must continuously implement new tactics to grow learners’ in-demand workplace skills and competencies. Higher education plays a crucial role in preparing students with the right skills to meet current and future workforce needs, providing one of the best drivers of economic mobility....

September 26th, 2023

How to prioritize data protection this school year

By Mike Wiseman, Vice President, Public Sector, Pure Storage
The demand for higher education to achieve premium data protection is only becoming more critical amid the uptick in malicious cyberattacks. With the start of a new school year comes a surge of data at higher education institutions. A spike in data makes institutions a prime target for attacks, and attacks targeting education are increasing....

September 15th, 2023

Ransomware vs. resources: A higher education dilemma

By Andrew Hollister, CISO & VP Labs R&D, LogRhythm
Several key strategies can help higher education strengthen its digital defenses, combat ransomware, and set the groundwork for a safe and resilient future August’s data breach warning from the Colorado Department of Higher Education following a ransomware attack is just the latest in a long string of attacks on higher education...

September 11th, 2023

How to drive college enrollment through digital marketing

By Julie Warnecke, CEO, Found Search Marketing
Universities are seeking unique strategies to increase their admission numbers--and digital marketing can help drive college enrollment College enrollment has been trending downwards since 2020, with undergraduate enrollment 15 percent lower in the fall of 2021 than in the fall of 2010, and 42 percent of this decline occurring during the pandemic....

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