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Cybersecurity in higher ed

This blog post directs readers to an Educause piece co-written by Kim Milford about successes in higher education cybersecurity — and how it’s not magic. The piece,  10 more words

Internal Media

SEP Software Corp. Announces Sponsorship of EDUCAUSE 2015

Boulder, CO – September 29, 2015 – SEP Software Corp. will be showcasing its enterprise-wide backup and disaster recovery solution, SEP sesam, at EDUCAUSE 2015… 316 more words


Connect with Respondus at an October Conference

The Respondus team is gearing up for a busy month!  Take a look at the schedule below, and be sure to visit us if you will also be attending one of these shows. 148 more words

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Progress on New Federal Electronic Instructional Materials Accessibility Legislation

In today’s blog post, we have a conversation with Jarret Cummings, EDUCAUSE’s Director of Policy and External Relations. Jarret has helped lead negotiations on new federal legislation that would facilitate the development of voluntary accessibility guidelines for electronic instructional materials and related technologies in higher education. 1,912 more words

Distance Education

We Made a Game!!!

Yes! In last weeks tutorial the aim was to create a new board game and what was created can be described as the best game to play when you are really quite drunk…. 418 more words

Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education

Last week, EDUCAUSE Review Online published an article on 6 Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education. The goal of these trajectories is to enable responsive and personalised digital learning environments in higher education. 433 more words

Educational Technologies

Reclaiming Innovation: EDUCAUSE Review

Reclaiming innovation! EDUCAUSE online report

Important thoughts that caught my attention:
IT people should not be separate from academics. It should be one team.
If the Internet was created within the university, it was a product of the university, how come is the university so alien to it 25 years later? 348 more words