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02/10/2022
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Going with the flow

Community College of Allegheny County announced plans on Tuesday to automate airflow with thousands of sensors across four campuses. The sensors can detect heat and movement to adjust ventilation for the number of people in the space. This automation can help with coronavirus mitigation while saving energy, CCAC's chief facilities officer told EdScoop. Emily Bamforth reports.


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Seeking more higher ed data

The U.S. House passed the College Transparency Act last week as an amendment to a major research and manufacturing spending bill. The College Transparency Act, introduced multiple times since 2017, would overturn a long-standing ban on a federal student-level data system. The legislation would change how institutions report outcomes data to the federal government to collect more information on student debt and earnings. Emily has more.


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Driving the digital transformation of universities

Public venues made various technical upgrades to improve the user experience and adapt to new demands brought on by the onset of the pandemic. Higher education facilities are also changing as universities further pursue digital transformation. Verizon’s Kevin Akers explains that universities can deliver a more communal experience for students, faculty and staff as they move throughout the physical space on campus by leveraging a connected ecosystem. Hear more from Akers. 


Adding context to the college search

The Department of Education added back some measures to its College Scorecard tool this week. Students browsing institutions can now see more information on testing requirements as more schools adopt test-optional policies. The scorecard also includes more information on college performance. Users can see how institutions compare on metrics like graduation rates, and filter some data by Pell Grant student status. Emily explains.


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