EDUCAUSE Review

EDUCASE Review is published bimonthly in print and online and takes a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology, how they may affect the college/ university as an institution, and what these mean for higher education and society.

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08 Sep 2014

Teaching and Learning: Four Big Ideas for What’s Next

Kyle Bowen talks about four emerging concepts that help reimagine the dynamics of teaching and learning.read more

27 Aug 2014

PassNote: A Feedback Tool for Improving Student Success

Quality communication between faculty and students in higher education is critical and considerably influences students' intellectual growth, but it is not easy to achieve, particularly when fac...

26 Aug 2014

EDUCAUSE Review: Print Edition, Volume 49, Number 5, September/October 2014

This is the entire version of the EDUCAUSE Review: Print Edition, Volume 49, Number 5, September/October 2014read more

22 Aug 2014

Commuter Students Using Technology

A multi-year qualitative study of undergraduates at six colleges at the City University of New York focused on how, where, and when students accomplished their academic work and how the presence or ...

22 Aug 2014

A Scalable and Sustainable Approach to Open Access

Funded by tertiary institutions rather than individual researchers, this new model seeks to provide open access not just to traditional academic publications but to all forms of scholarly output.&#1...

22 Aug 2014

Something Completely Different

The author shares insights and wisdom garnered, mostly from others, during his years in IT.read more

22 Aug 2014

Leveraging Technology for Higher Education Challenges

Information technology continues to have a major impact on the evolution of higher education, constantly creating new opportunities and challenges for all aspects of the institution. In the "IT M...

22 Aug 2014

Ubiquitous Everything and Then Some

"This new conceptual framework—which essentially refers to the interconnectivity of devices, data, and people to one another and to the Internet—offers a rapidly evolving foundation o...

22 Aug 2014

Enter Unizin

On June 11, 2014, four schools (Colorado State University, Indiana University, the University of Florida, and the University of Michigan) announced the launch of the Unizin Consortium. Conceived in t...

22 Aug 2014

Leading in 140 Characters or Less

It is hard to imagine a world without some variation of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and all the other media of digital communication. How these sites operate and their collecti...

22 Aug 2014

Higher Education in 2024: Glimpsing the Future

A conversation about possible futures and multiple present trends could help those of us involved in higher education and technology to think more clearly about how what comes next emerges from what ...

22 Aug 2014

Setting the Stage for Digital Engagement: A Five-Step Approach

The practical, pedagogical, and privacy implications of a smart, connected digital campus engaged with its constituents have yet to play out. To handle whatever comes next, colleges and universities ...

22 Aug 2014

The Other End of the Scale: Rethinking the Digital Experience in Higher Education

It is time to rethink the digital experience in higher education: we have a chance not only to reimagine our encounters with the large scale but also to embrace our opportunities at the other end of ...

22 Aug 2014

Designed to Engage

In a world that is both online and face-to-face, engagement is not an either-or proposition—it is about how to blend the best of both worlds to engage stakeholders. Many institutions begin by c...

18 Aug 2014

Layered Approaches to Educational Technology

This case study provides a glimpse of the layered approaches to university-wide educational technology training and course development (including online and blended course development) instituted at...

18 Aug 2014

Working as a System for the Citizens of the State of Georgia

When it comes to the delivery of IT services, the 31 institutions of the University System of Georgia work together as a system to ensure the delivery of more-effective technology solutions at costs ...

28 Jul 2014

The CIO Minute: Daryl Ford, Lesley University

In his role as CIO for Lesley University, Daryl Ford has learned to manage perception versus reality. In this quick take, Ford gives three tips for CIOs to get quick wins at their institution and man...

28 Jul 2014

Learning Analytics and Ethics: A Framework beyond Utilitarianism

Utilitarian concerns increasingly drive machine ethics, particularly the few ethical discussions in learning analytics. Determining the most good for the most people is a responsible way forward, but...

28 Jul 2014

When Worlds Collide: IP-Based Video Surveillance on an IT Network

Unable to salvage its ailing analog surveillance system, the Central Piedmont Community College's Information Technology Services Department installed an IP-based video surveillance system on it...

28 Jul 2014

Questions of Data Ownership on Campus

Valid arguments exist for students to control data about themselves, and similarly plausible arguments suggest that the institution can claim ownership. This article explores both perspectives. To av...

22 Jul 2014

The Many Faces of Shared Services at the University of California

While deployment of shared services can produce efficiencies, most don't realize the many different forms shared services can take. Making them effective is hard work and requires four critical e...

15 Jul 2014

The Unified IT Service Catalog: Your One-Stop Shop

As IT becomes more pervasive in all aspects of higher education, IT's customers need a user-friendly way of learning about and requesting IT services. A unified service catalog provides a single...

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