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Virginia doubles funding for school-security technologies

by Colin Wood • 17 hours ago

Hundreds of schools across the commonwealth will share $6 million in funding, which is set to double next year amid concerns of gun violence.

Student success is at the heart of Educause's top IT issues for 2020

by Betsy Foresman • 19 hours ago

The organization released its newest list of top IT issues at its annual conference in Chicago this week, all of them pointing toward student success.

Students want tech to help navigate higher education, survey shows

by Betsy Foresman • 2 days ago

Proactive learning interventions, deadline reminders and increased use of trend data are all things the next generation of students say they want.

Higher ed CIOs look for more inclusive hiring, workforce

by Jake Williams • 3 days ago

A focus on diversity, equity and inclusion can improve higher ed IT operations, CIOs said at Educause Annual Conference 2019.

Maryland privacy council tackles substandard student data protections

by Ryan Johnston • 7 days ago

The council's work is a reaction to a recent audit finding that Social Security numbers of students and teachers had not been properly secured.

Five things you should do at Educause Annual Conference 2019

by Colin Wood • 1 week ago

Book a braindate or brush up on your innovation skills. There are more than 300 sessions scheduled for this year's premier edtech event.

Google wants to spread positivity online, stop cyberbullying

by Betsy Foresman • 1 week ago

Education partnerships centering on online safety, etiquette and security are aimed at teaching kids to "be internet awesome" this month.

How storytelling and humor can bolster STEM engagement

by Colin Wood • 1 week ago

Commentary: edWeb.net's Elieen Belastock says narrative and humor can help students overcome their misgivings with technical subject matter.

Student data exposed in U. Pittsburgh email attachment

by Betsy Foresman • 2 weeks ago

Students who received the personal data were asked to delete it and empty the trash can folder in their email client.

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