As seen on eSchool News October 1st, 2018

    4 keys to building an equitable STEM program

    By Joel Jacobson
    co-founder, Defined Learning
    This year in schools across the nation, approximately 136,000 students took advanced placement (AP) computer science, a 31 percent increase from last year. This group included a record number of female and minority students, but girls still only accounted for 28 percent of students...

    As seen on eSchool News September 25th, 2018

    10 ways administrators should be collaborating with their librarians

    By Nader Qaimari
    president, Follett School Solutions
    Whether a principal, superintendent, head of technology, or head of curriculum, there is likely a gem of a resource among your staff who could push your Future Ready agenda forward. Long gone are the days when librarians were simply the “keeper of books,” and...

    As seen on eSchool News September 24th, 2018

    Introducing the EdLeader Personality Test

    By John Jennings
    digital media manager, Skyward
    Personality tests are fun. Some people derive valuable insights from them. Others simply use them to validate what they already know about themselves. Most just like to see which category they fall in so they can compare, contrast, and laugh about it with others....

    As seen on eSchool News September 21st, 2018

    5 ways to optimize learning spaces for student success

    By Amber Jones
    director of education, Tangram Interiors
    As we address the challenges of a highly competitive world, we must enable students to learn and generate new ideas by moving away from the “old school” classroom. The good news is that architects and interior solutions providers are embracing ways help transform our...

    As seen on eCampus News September 17th, 2018

    OER planning 101

    By Bruce Schneider & Nichole Karpel, Ed.D.
    vice president of business engineering; curriculum innovator , Ambassador Education Solutions
    Open educational resources (OER) are gaining momentum among stakeholders in higher education. From students to faculty to administrators, the benefits of OER can help offset the rising costs of traditional textbooks....

    As seen on eSchool News September 17th, 2018

    Defining high-quality project-based learning

    By Emily Liebtag
    director of advocacy, Getting Smart
    A growing number of educators around the world believe that project-based learning (PBL) is an important instructional approach that allows students to master academic skills and content knowledge, develop skills necessary for future success, and build the personal agency needed to tackle life’s and...

    As seen on eCampus News September 12th, 2018

    Get on board with data integration

    By Regina Kunkle
    vice president, state & local/higher education (SLED) , SAP
    The modern, public university is arguably facing more strain than ever before—both from outside and inside its walls. Marked by new competitors and declining funding, the state of today’s higher-ed marketplace has driven more public universities to turn to technology as a holy grail...

    As seen on eCampus News September 10th, 2018

    How AI will shape the university of the future

    By Andrew King
    machine learning developer, Ellucian
    In light of the fact that only 59 percent of students who begin pursuing a four-year degree at a higher-ed institution graduate within six years, many in the industry are seeking innovative ways to improve student outcomes....

    As seen on eCampus News September 4th, 2018

    5 technologies that will help colleges meet digital-age students’ expectations

    By Keith Rajecki
    senior director of solutions, Oracle Global Education and Research
    Most students entering college have grown up with digital technology. It touches nearly every aspect of their lives, and they view it as a critical requirement for a quality education. So, it should come as little surprise that students expect advanced technology at the...

    As seen on eCampus News August 21st, 2018

    IoT on campus: where it is and how to secure it

    By Lysa Myers
    security researcher, ESET
    If you’re paying attention to the development and proliferation of “smart devices,” it can seem like they’re everywhere: internet-connected thermostats, cars, vending machines, surveillance cameras, televisions, fitness devices, and even light bulbs. But the omnipresence of tiny, embedded computers in everyday devices also has...

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