Information systems/technology

Information systems/technology

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Sep 14, 2022
Core Education Services will help small and midsize colleges with such challenges as employee recruitment, enrollment and technology modernization, among other things.

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September 14, 2022
Core Education Services will help small and midsize colleges with such challenges as employee recruitment, enrollment and technology modernization, among other things.
April 21, 2022
Researcher says it’s time to study, then stop, child sex trafficking in higher education. Her new paper showing that predators skew white, male and academic is a start.
February 22, 2022
As more colleges and universities use data analytics to understand student behaviors and how they move around campuses, privacy advocates and faculty members are pushing back on the intrusion.
February 15, 2022
What responsibility does a course materials–sharing platform have to protect the privacy of the students who use it?
February 2, 2022
With information technology skills in high demand across industries, many colleges are finding they can’t hold on to talent.
January 11, 2022
Ohio State announced it would drop its effort to launch a new student information system, causing a ripple effect in a sector plagued by delays and technology problems.
December 16, 2021
Ransomware attacks are skyrocketing at a time when many colleges are finding they can’t afford cyberinsurance — or can’t even get it. 
November 30, 2021
Butler County and Lewis and Clark Community Colleges are the most recent victims in a spate of ransomware attacks targeting higher ed institutions.
September 8, 2021
Unable to piece together all the different indicators, colleges and their instructors struggle to glean real wisdom, let alone adjust to a student’s needs, write Cathy O’Bryan and Bhavin Shah.
June 4, 2021
As more institutions select cloud-based systems to better serve their students, they must trust their IT leaders as strategic partners and work across administrative silos, writes Vicki Tambellini.

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