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08/05/2021
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Canadian students can now use Apple Wallet for student IDs

Apple will allow students in Canada to add mobile student ID cards to the Wallet app on their mobile devices starting this fall, following a number of U.S. universities that’ve also moved toward digital identifications instead of plastic cards. Availability will start with student IDs at Sheridan College in Ontario and the University of New Brunswick, according to a company release on Tuesday. Apple Wallet can store digital credentials including boarding passes, insurance cards and coupons, which users display on phones or wearables. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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Higher education group selects Dell as data center provider

The Midwestern Higher Education Compact, a group of learning institutions that collaborate on common problems, this week announced it's selected Dell as its provider for data center modernization and virtualization technologies. The group said its members — which include “higher education system leaders, state policymakers, legislators, and institutional leaders,” according to its website — will gain access to a selection of discounted services and support through the new deal. Emily has it.


Website tells Texas A&M students what devices to bring to school

Texas A&M University launched a website last May that university leaders said will help students prepare students gather the appropriate materials as they head back to class this fall. The “Aggie TechList” gathers together information normally scattered across university departments. The new website comes after last fall, when the university instituted minimum computing requirements for all students to accommodate the increased demand for online learning during the coronavirus pandemic. Check out the full story on Edscoop.


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