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FIU psychologists made a tool to help COVID-19 patients remember who they contacted
A new web-based tool called CogTracer borrows interview techniques used by the justice system to help COVID-19 patients remember who they might have spread the virus to.
Managed services key to education cybersecurity post-COVID
Education IT leaders should consider letting vendors take on day-to-day cybersecurity management to enable a focus on serving students and staff.
How managed security services helps drive digital transformation in higher education
Digital transformation and security challenges across college campuses draw attention to the strategic advantages of managed and professional services.
Online learning company K12 exposes student data in Missouri
One state official said the distribution of a spreadsheet by the company's lobbyists represented a "significant" data breach.
Universities are fighting lawsuits claiming 'subpar' remote education
The pandemic has forced classes online at hundreds of major institutions, but students say it's not quite what they paid for.
U. Wisconsin taps analytics to ensure students learn during pandemic
By collecting evidence of student performance, faculty are identifying skills students have mastered and areas where they're struggling.
Google invests $1M in digital-skills training at Black universities
A $1 million program co-led by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is designed to reach 20,000 students attending historically Black colleges and universities.
Texas A&M deploys self-swabbing COVID-19 testing kiosks
The university says the appointment-free kiosks will help the university improve its testing strategy and help prevent widespread outbreaks on campus.
Building security that scales for remote learning
Remote learning is here to stay, putting new pressure on higher education leaders to embrace scalable security solutions and leverage Internet2.