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How Students and Schools Use Snapchat

Posted by Julia Robeck on 22nd February 2015

College students love snapchat! It’s personal, creative, quick, fun, and free.  “According to research by Sumpto…as much as 77 percent of college students use Snapchat every day. 37 percent of the study respondents cited “creativity” as their main use of the app. “Keeping in touch” and “easier than texting” were reasons for 27 percent and […]

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technology in academia

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 13th February 2015

‘Inflection Point’ in IT “The relationship between IT and the institution really needs to change if we’re going to use technology to address the fundamental issues that need to be addressed in higher education,” Grajek said. “Higher education leaders need to not just let their IT leaders do their own thing, help them fund […]

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The 6 Technologies That Will Change the Face of Education

Posted by Julia Robeck on 13th February 2015

Will students be wearing their tech in virtual classrooms in five years? Wearable devices, adaptive technologies, and the Internet of Things are just some of the new tech researchers say is shaping the near future of higher education. In 1 Year or Less: BYOD and the flipped classroom. “Employers and higher education institutions are finding […]

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Higher ed: Innovation and digital transformation

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 29th September 2014

Higher education: Innovation and digital transformation “I don’t think we can talk about digital transformation without thinking about cultural transformation, because I believe they go hand in hand.” Need help with setting up similar GOOGLE HANGOUT discussion (instead of Skype): contact us

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higher education and the information age: literature available at SCSU

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 3rd December 2013

  Breivik, P. S. (1998). Student learning in the information age. Phoenix, Ariz.: American Council on Education/Oryx Press. CETL owns it Breivik, P. S. (2006). Higher education in the Internet age : libraries creating a strategic edge / (Fully updated and rev. ed.). Praeger Publishers,. Located: St. Cloud State University MC Main Collection – Basement Call Number: Z675.U5 B816 […]

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