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Securing virtual education with agile, integrated security
Expanded demand for remote learning forces higher education institutions to look at more-versatile IT security platforms.
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.
Disruption continues as universities announce spring semester changes
Universities are changing their schedules again to keep students safe from COVID-19 outbreaks, opting to keep classes online, cancel in-person graduation and do away with spring break.
Despite challenges, university CIOs back continuing pandemic-era tech
The CIOs of Texas Tech and Virginia Tech their new hybrid-learning models contain much that should be preserved once the pandemic has passed.
More universities delay reopening plans amid COVID-19 surges
After a spike in positive coronavirus tests, leaders at the University of Arizona announced a pause on bringing more students back to campus, while outbreaks at other schools have are similarly delaying reopenings.
Alabama universities get $72 million for remote-learning tech
The latest round of federal funding will enable universities and colleges across the state to purchase new security software, video-conferencing equipment and remote-desktop software.
University responses to COVID-19 outbreaks vary
Each university is handling the return to the fall semester differently as COVID-19 outbreaks spring up, with some institutions reversing their decisions and others sticking to their plans.
Increasingly online, more universities are being sued by students with disabilities
At least 35 lawsuits have been filed this summer against universities for not making their content accessible to disabled students.
Powered by tech, university classrooms will look different this fall
Now straddling two audiences, university classrooms are getting upgrades that include document cameras and touchscreen podiums that simultaneously broadcast notes to in-person and remote students.