The digital transformation has been firmly entrenched in our lives for seemingly a decade now. It is all-encompassing and everywhere to be seen. The whole thing got started with IT-specific topics like cloud computing and big data; it has gone on to change practically every business process, and entire business models, too.
Technology and mobile devices are everywhere on today’s college and university campuses. Students are using digital tools both in and out of the classroom, and have come to expect a fast wireless connection wherever they are. To keep up with their connected students and the digital demands of a 21st century education, higher education institutions […]
If you grew up with a blackboard in school, you know that the teacher always used the board to provide the headlines and highlights of what was being discussed that day. Eventually, blackboards gave way to whiteboards, and chalk gave way to the dry-erase markers that made the walls so colorful.
Technology has the ability to expand opportunities for students in both K-12 and higher education. It can extend the classroom beyond its physical footprint, offer alternative ways for students to learn, and provide increased access to education worldwide.
Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Cybersecurity for Education: Learn from the Experts Matthew Gibbs – August 8, 2016 – 0 Comments Previously on the blog, we’ve discussed why cybersecurity is such an important topic in the education space, including the different types of attacks schools, colleges and universities might face, such as ransomware.