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 Jul 2015

Ed Tech as Applied Research: A Framework in Seven Hypotheses

Seven hypotheses explore the feasibility of educational technology — typically considered as supporting teaching and learning — as applied research by providing an initial framework buil...

08 Jul 2015

3 Social Media Strategies

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06 Jul 2015

Student and Faculty Perceptions of Telepresence Courses

To deliver a high-quality learning experience to remote learning sites, Minnesota State University, Mankato, invested in telepresence-enhanced classrooms and then surveyed stakeholders to learn abou...

29 Jun 2015

A Dialogical Approach to Learning Technology Success

A dialogical approach to learning technology initiatives at Boise State University ensures transparency and buy-in from the campus community. Project management methodologies add value to academic i...

29 Jun 2015

Anytime and Anywhere: A Case Study for Blended Learning

Using live streaming with blended learning helps engage off- and on-campus students in real time and enhances the off-campus experience by incorporating synchronous activities in addition to the usu...

29 Jun 2015

Taking Serious Games Seriously in Education

Games can serve as a means of not just developing domain-specific knowledge and skills but also identity and values key to professional functioning. The data from games enable understanding how stude...

22 Jun 2015

DISCOVERe Hub: A Model for a High-Tech Tablet Support Desk

This case study provides an inside look at how Fresno State designed, built, and managed a student support desk for tablet-based learning during its pilot year. Peer-to-peer learning helped make tab...

10 Jun 2015

A Jedi Story: Gamification at Work

Moving faculty and staff to Gmail and Google Calendar required quickly training IT professionals across campus to support the new systems — which were not a priority among their other pressing...

10 Jun 2015

Exploring Students' E-Textbook Practices in Higher Education

A two-year university-wide study of students' e-textbook practices found that e-textbook use has increased and become broader demographically. Lower cost and convenience remain the top reasons s...

10 Jun 2015

Online Students Develop Marketable Professional Skills

Students preparing to take online courses anticipated gaining professional skills in addition to their online learning of the course content. A survey of the marketable skills students wanted to obt...

03 Jun 2015

Meditations of a CIO Yogi

The author ponders her development as an evolving CIO in higher education and how do CIOs sustain themselves and grow as more

03 Jun 2015

Future Thoughts

As the New Horizons department editor for EDUCAUSE Review, I've had numerous companies contact me about their products and services. While I appreciate the endless supply of innovative ideas and ...

03 Jun 2015

Social Reading and Technology Design

We are only beginning to discover how much the humanities have to contribute to the kind of world-building in which computer science, with its push to develop new tools and platforms, is now engaged....

03 Jun 2015

Strange Bedfellows: How to Think about Innovation in a World of Regulation

I offer here three observations for innovators, using my own work on CBE initiatives to illustrate more

03 Jun 2015

Reshaping the Educational Environment for Tomorrow’s Workforce

Imagine a state-of-the-art facility, stretching 1.2 million square feet, that brings innovative STEM, continuing education, and other instruction, flexible training labs, business incubator space, pu...

03 Jun 2015

Bringing the Social Back to MOOCs

Various existing learning environments could scale to MOOC size and benefit learners by adding the social elements now missing, from citizen science to simulations, games, virtual reality, and augmen...

03 Jun 2015

Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study

Two university-wide surveys about students' mobile technology ownership and learning practices show that mobile device ownership is high and continues to increase among students. Students and in...

03 Jun 2015

Looking Back, Facing Forward, Listening

This is a remarkable moment to be joining EDUCAUSE as president and CEO. And just as EDUCAUSE members listen to each other and to those outside our community, in my first months as your new president...

03 Jun 2015

Returning Home: John O’Brien, in His Own Words

Excerpts from an interview with John O'Brien, the incoming President and CEO of more

03 Jun 2015

What's Next for the LMS?

Today's LMS needs to be supplemented with (and perhaps later replaced by) a new digital architecture and new learning components—the NGDLE—to enable current transitions in higher educ...

03 Jun 2015

Beyond Active Learning: Transformation of the Learning Space

The next generation of learning spaces will take all the characteristics of an active learning environment—flexibility, collaboration, team-based, project-based—and add the capability of ...

03 Jun 2015

Six Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education

Six individual trajectories of digital technology are enabling the ambitious goal of a responsive, personalized digital learning environment for higher more

03 Jun 2015

EDUCAUSE Review: Print Edition, Volume 50, Number 4, July/August 2015

This is the entire issue of EDUCAUSE Review: Print Edition, Volume 50, Number 4, July/August 2015read more

02 Jun 2015

The IT Leader Today

In spring 2015, EDUCAUSE and Jisc published a report on the future IT leader. Many of the working group contributors were interviewed about what it means to be an IT leader today, as summarized in th...

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