As seen on eCampus News February 15th, 2018

    How to improve faculty and staff onboarding in higher ed

    By Chris Byers
    chief executive officer, Formstack
    The hiring and onboarding processes can be extremely complex for colleges and universities. Higher-education institutions often bring in hundreds of new employees every year—from professors to student workers to administrators to dining service personnel. Hiring and onboarding these employees can involve dozens of hiring...

    As seen on eCampus News February 14th, 2018

    3 ways to use tech to award more scholarships (part 1)

    By Tim Hill
    president & general manager of higher education solutions, Blackbaud
    In today’s world, finding students to award scholarships seems like it should be a very easy task. There are obviously a lot of students in need of financial assistance to help with their education. However, the reality is that finding students to award scholarships...

    As seen on eSchool News February 13th, 2018

    How to use social media in the classroom

    By Jon Roepke
    director of product management, Belkin International, Inc.
    Today’s educators have a love-hate relationship with social media. They recognize that five-year-olds know how to use tablets better than their parents and that many kids have smartphones by the time they are 12. Digital natives live and breathe on social media platforms, sending...

    As seen on eSchool News February 12th, 2018

    AI helps younger students better understand math concepts

    By Evgeny Milyutin
    chief executive officer, Happy Numbers
    To truly become proficient in math, students need a solid foundation built on conceptual understanding. However, the benchmark assessments students take at the end of the year—designed to measure procedural fluency—often look very different from their coursework and cause more anxiety than anything else....

    As seen on eCampus News February 12th, 2018

    Why universities need to prioritize network management

    By Dennis Borin
    senior solutions architect, EfficientIP
    Technological advances have created unsurpassed strains on the networks of higher education institutions, especially research facilities. Universities and colleges need to stay competitive by offering exceptional online services (digital textbooks, online courses, etc.) and providing an “always accessible” experience for students—especially those conducting in-depth...

    As seen on eCampus News February 9th, 2018

    How self-service options improve the student experience

    By Jennifer Wilson
    marketing director, Softdocs
    With nearly all higher education students using electronic devices to manage their day-to-day life on campus, including uploading assignments to their ePortfolios and managing their course schedules in the institution’s portal via the student information system (SIS), the digital life has become the de...

    As seen on eSchool News February 8th, 2018

    3 key levers for school improvement

    By Jason Culbertson
    president, Insight Education Group
    District and school leaders today are being asked to do more with less. Shrinking budgets and changes to federal and state policies have made their jobs harder. In addition, to help increase student achievement, leaders are trying all kind of new initiatives—curricula and assessment...

    As seen on eCampus News February 6th, 2018

    Why chatbots are not the future of student engagement

    By Jamie Riepe
    chief revenue officer, Signal Vine
    The higher ed space is evolving as more schools look to implement artificial intelligence (AI) in a variety of ways to stay innovative. From discussions of AI replacing educators to helping students enroll, universities are looking to use this technology to improve student engagement and...

    As seen on eSchool News February 1st, 2018

    5 tips for managing low-tech assessment with high-tech tools

    By Caroline Fahmy
    president and CEO, Educational Data Systems
    While most large-scale assessments are moving toward online delivery, many still integrate a traditional pencil-and-paper element. In today’s digital world, paper may seem comparatively low tech, but there are high-tech tools available to help manage all that paper. Here are five ways to help...

    As seen on eSchool News January 31st, 2018

    Why schools need a knowledge base

    By Andrew Graf, co-founder and head of project strategy, TeamDynamix
    When I have a problem with my iPad, I look to Google. Google is my worldwide knowledge base for fixing my toilet, unsticking my iPad, and figuring out the origin of that clunk sound my car started making. For every technology and almost every...

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