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Higher ed can't solve rising cybersecurity problems, but it can manage them
Instead of clamming up, institutions should collaborate and share information to ease the burden ever-increasing cyberthreats, speakers said during a panel.
CSU system giving iPads to 35,000 students
A partnership with Apple is hoped to improve students' academic performance and support the university's goal of boosting graduation rates.
Cal State student creates 23-campus newswire
A recent graduate of California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo launched an online community of student journalists.
‘Zoombombing,’ an early university concern, continues to plague campuses
An IT director at Cornell University said ‘Zoombombing’ was a top concern early in the pandemic, and yet incidents persist across the country.
New tech should support student and faculty needs, campus innovation officials say
Campus innovation efforts need to help schools meet their goals rather than being added simply for the sake of having new technology.
CSU system investigating wide-reaching Blackbaud cyberattack
A spokesperson for the CSU Chancellor’s Office told EdScoop that all 23 of its campuses use software from Blackbaud, which recently paid its cyberattckers to delete stolen customer data.
Can universities boost student experience without invading privacy?
As campus technology increasingly aids students' academic lives, privacy violations, too, are becoming more frequent and invasive.
To meet workforce demand, higher ed should be 'moving faster'
When companies can't find the talent they need, it's a failure of the education system, says the CIO of California State University, Sacramento.