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How implementing OER is like training a puppy
OpenStax Managing Director Daniel Williamson talks about the next steps in adopting open educational resources, outside of free textbooks.
The business case for modernizing higher education IT infrastructure
Dell’s Hernan Londono on why replacing legacy infrastructure and applications equips institutions for a digital world, providing a more competitive advantage.
Translating third-party cyber risks for campus administrators
Part of planning for a cybersecurity breach through a third-party is explaining potential consequences to non-technical leadership, Educause's Brian Kelly said on this episode of the Cutting EDge.
How integrated laptops improve security and student success at colleges
Microsoft education specialists explain why premium laptops with enterprise-ready software make access to academic resources easier, more equitable and more secure.
How advising against automated proctoring fed into course design
University of Michigan-Dearborn Associate Provost Mitchel Sollenberger discusses how avoiding automated proctoring shaped course design.
Ensuring quality for postsecondary credentials, digital study tools
As higher ed sees more credentials and digital study tools, the Cutting EDge podcast looks at how the industry is ensuring quality and addressing concerns.
How mobile Wi-Fi hotspots can ease the digital divide in large school districts
Cutting EDge Podcast: Students in the 10th largest U.S. school district are gaining internet access with device lending programs at their libraries.
Online education platforms offer agility for universities, students
Cutting EDge Podcast: EdX's Nina Huntemann explains the growing role of online education and how it can benefit universities.
CSforALL empowers schools, states to chart their own paths in computer science education
Cutting EDge Podcast: CSforALL’s Ruthe Farmer explains how schools and states can use computer science education tools to make future decisions.