Education shouldn’t go back to normal after pandemic, experts say

Two edtech leaders say that moving instruction fully online has shifted the definition of what “normal” will mean when the pandemic is over.

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Coronavirus pandemic is a ‘wake up call’ for online learning

by Jake Williams • 2 months ago

Edtech experts say that some skeptics are now being converted as they're forced to confront early successes of online learning.

Identity governance to augment WVU’s long-term security strategy

by EdScoop Staff • 2 months ago

WVU’s CISO shares why investing in identity governance is important to universities to strengthen their overall security posture with users.

Education shouldn’t go back to normal after pandemic, experts say

by Jake Williams • 3 months ago

Two edtech leaders say that moving instruction fully online has shifted the definition of what “normal” will mean when the pandemic is over.

Is coronavirus the catalyst higher ed needed for transformation?

by Jake Williams • 3 months ago

On EdScoop’s new podcast, Edition, university leaders say COVID-19 rapidly transformed their professional lives and how their institutions operate.

How higher ed can improve security and user experience with modern identity governance tools

by EdScoop Staff • 6 months ago

Identity governance tools give colleges and universities greater control in securing access privileges, says the University of Utah’s IT official.

Zero-trust strategies: Rethinking the security perimeter for higher ed

by EdScoop Staff • 12 months ago

Security experts discuss zero-trust strategies and how higher ed institutions can be more creative with where they set up access controls.

How cloud-managed wireless networks can improve student success

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Expert says colleges and universities that look at scalable, “always-on” wireless networks can better improve students' and staff campus experience.

How artificial intelligence can support — not replace — existing edtech

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Artificial intelligence is more prominent than ever in K-12 classrooms, but teachers should be diligent in making sure tech fits students' needs.

How mobile Wi-Fi hotspots can ease the digital divide in large school districts

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Cutting EDge Podcast: Students in the 10th largest U.S. school district are gaining internet access with device lending programs at their libraries.

How higher education can automate identity and access to improve student services

by EdScoop Staff • 2 years ago

A cloud IT specialist at Okta says modern platforms help schools automate identity lifecycle management and accommodate accumulation of users.

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