How education staff can help students claim available FAFSA money left on the table
Technology — specifically, simple, personalized text messages — can nudge students toward accessing federal student aid.
Rethinking how educators teach digital citizenship
Commentary: New book urges educators to push beyond the list of rules and “don’ts.”
The rebirth of student affairs in higher ed
Commentary: Student affairs should be one of an institution’s top priorities. It’s time to treat it like one — and technology can help.
Why K-12 IT departments deserve a seat at the strategic planning table
Commentary: IT leaders can provide a valuable voice in helping districts overcome budget, instructional and strategic planning challenges.
Moving toward a smarter use of IT resources at Bucknell
Commentary: What Bucknell University learned through austerity in making technology more valuable to the institution’s mission.
Moving past the myths in computer science education
Commentary: Education experts address misconceptions and biases that impede progress on incorporating computer science into the nation's classrooms.
When teachers are scarce, software fills a void
Commentary: While technology has become a pervasive part of the classroom, it can also help meet immediate learning needs as schools face a growing shortage of teachers.
E-rate data suggests need for improvement
Commentary: E-rate funds are seen as essential for broadband expansion, but gaps remain in meeting FCC goals to obtain those funds.
Key questions to drive smarter higher education content strategies
Commentary: The convergence of open education resources, digital and licensed content requires institutions to rethink their content and IT strategies.