How a small IT investment can produce campus-wide results
Commentary: Oral Roberts University's CIO explains how doing it all with limited funding can often feel like "turning the Titanic in a duck pond."
How your SIS can help keep students safe
Commentary: Data management coordinator Jacque Deckard says common software already in use in K-12 districts can mitigate threats against students.
How one charity is boosting the STEM workforce by teaching underserved adults
Commentary: Eileen Abbott, a volunteer with Agile Charities, explains how the nonprofit is helping adults get placed in a growing IT workforce.
Ohio’s 'Data Protection Act' can shield higher ed against breach lawsuits
Commentary: The new law fills a longstanding policy gap for colleges and universities everywhere, says security consultant Joanna Lyn Grama.
Advice for educators seeking a smooth transition to the cloud
Don't start from scratch, says edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey — use best practices of those who have already seen how technology can best support learning.
Infosec in higher ed is about more than keeping secrets
Commentary: Confidentiality gets all the press, but consultant Joanna Grama says availability and integrity are just as important.
Driving district master schedules by putting students first
Commentary: Eileen Belastock of Mount Greylock Regional School District warns not to position students as an afterthought in scheduling.
Creative ways universities are recruiting women into technology
NCWIT's Angela Galik shares how schools are involving parents and reframing narratives to disrupt stereotypes around women in technology.
Why K-12 educators should rethink their school schedules
Far from innocuous, scheduling can drive student performance as the "heart of the school."
5 critical guidelines for data privacy across school districts
How school superintendents can keep student data private in an accelerating tech market.