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Data-Driven or Data-Informed? Thoughts on trust and evaluation in education

Data-informed or data-driven? This is a question I have wrestled with as a school administrator for some time. What I have found is that the usefulness of student data to inform instruction and accountability rests on the level of trust that exists within the school walls. 728 more words


Nine Organizations Partner on Official Comments for State Authorization Regulations

Nine higher education organizations partnered to submit comments to the Department of Education regarding its proposed state authorization regulations for distance education. By working unison, we provided a strong and consistent single voice in making recommendations to the Department. 610 more words


A New Kind of Dialogue on Education Solutions

By John O’Brien, President and CEO, EDUCAUSE

In the first community poll we conducted shortly after I joined EDUCAUSE a year ago, I heard clearly from our corporate members that they crave more engagement and meaningful conversations with institutions. 306 more words

Innovation In College & Career Preparation

Presentation of an Art Monograph

As part of the Art Outline Magazine, on Monday, July 25, at 8 pm in the atrium of the Megara Museum, Edward Kariti will have his fifth individual exhibition, where he will present part of his art monograph work “Goddess of the Day”. 346 more words


Internet Of Things

Industry leaders have been looking toward and anticipating the Internet of Things for quite some time. EDUCAUSE Review asked five experts in the field to share their insights on lessons learned, on current problems solved and created, and on the possible future impact of the IoT. 278 more words

Technology And Software

Young actress Lana Lourdes will perform three plays

Theatre of shadows, “black theater”, puppetry, poetry, love and drama – all of these are part of a play performed by just one actress. That is the premiere play of Fantasmy, a poetic theater of shadows, performed by young… 317 more words


ECAR 2015 Study of Students and Information Technology

Since 2004, EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) has conducted an annual investigation of the technologies that matter most to undergraduate students (exploring students’ technology experiences and expectations). 335 more words

ODeL Research