Indiana University's embrace of eText program saves students money and improves outcomes
April 25, 2017
Growing use of electronic textbooks has saved students $3.5 million and improved faculty-student engagement, says IU tech leader.
The Technology for Education Consortium, a nonprofit, reports that school districts are getting overcharged by at least $3 billion on hardware and software each year.
Holly Luong Ham brings long-time technology consulting background and record for supporting families and students to Education Department management role.
The needs of a connected generation – centennial students — are a key focus for IT, says CIO Amir Dabirian.
At Rutgers University, Chief Budget Officer Michael Gower and CIO Michele Norin turn an ambitious spate of tech-related upgrades into reality.
Three reasons why CIOs need to push for integrating technology into the classroom — and how to assure faculty that the solutions can be seamless.
The 76,000-student university gains forensic data analysis and real-time monitoring of possible cyberthreats with LogRhythm services deployment.
Privacy policies aren't keeping up with the advances in technology services schools use, according to a new report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
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