Technology and Innovation

  • Learning Technology and the Future of Student Success

    Learning Technology and the Future of Student Success

    Today’s learning technologies in higher education are used to create assignments, give feedback, support mobile learning, and even provide a window into students’ social media activity.

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  • How to Make History Real for Students: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    How to Make History Real for Students: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    Jasmine Kitz founder of live history discusses what interactive content can offer higher education institutions as students seek to learn by experiencing the curriculum rather than by lecture.

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  • What is Healthy Computer and Human Interaction? FrontRunner Podcast Series

    What is Healthy Computer and Human Interaction? FrontRunner Podcast Series

    In this podcast, James Bowen and his guests discuss an interdisciplinary approach to produce a measurable human health improvement when using computer displays.

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  • 6 Tips for Choosing Educational Technology

    6 Tips for Choosing Educational Technology

    When choosing an online technology for your courses, the selection process doesn’t have to be complicated. Consider the following six technology necessities during the decision-making.

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  • Adaptive Learning and the Future of Higher Education: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    Adaptive Learning and the Future of Higher Education: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    In this podcast, host James Bowen speaks to Rob Sapp, Founding Dean at Northcentral University School of Technology, who sees technology as fundamentally changing the nature of higher education.

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  • Ethics, Technology and Data Collection: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    Ethics, Technology and Data Collection: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    James Bowen interviews Professor Linda Glenn MacDonald of the University of California, Santa Cruz, discussing the ethical issues surrounding online data gathering.

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  • Open Source Software and the Internet of Things: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    Open Source Software and the Internet of Things: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    James Bowen connects with Ian Skerrett, an expert on open source software (OSS), and discusses the application of OSS in the Internet of Things.

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  • The Internet of Things: Security, Safety, and Society: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    The Internet of Things: Security, Safety, and Society: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    James Bowen speaks with Bruno Couillard, the president of Crypto4A and a career professional in the intersection of IT security software, hardware, and societal safety.

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  • Transforming Data Analytics Into Actionable Results: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    Transforming Data Analytics Into Actionable Results: FrontRunner Podcast Series

    James Bowen and Martin Cloake discuss data-driven decision making and the opportunity to move beyond the analytics and presentation of data.

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  • 6 Ways to Engage the New Generation of Digitally-Savvy Learners

    6 Ways to Engage the New Generation of Digitally-Savvy Learners

    Learn more about the leading examples of how Asian faculties and institutions are seeking to engage and delight a new generation of students.

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  • Flipping Your Classroom? Here's What to Consider

    Flipping Your Classroom? Here's What to Consider

    Thinking about flipping your classroom? Dr. Laura Christoph discusses the implications—from the use of technology, to student engagement, to the benefits.

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  • How to Meet the Learning Needs of the Digital Native

    How to Meet the Learning Needs of the Digital Native

    As more and more students take online courses, it becomes more challenging to accommodate the various learning styles of digital natives. How are your students using digital devices to learn?

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  • Top Reasons Why Students Are Choosing eTextbooks

    Top Reasons Why Students Are Choosing eTextbooks

    More and more students are opting for eTextbooks when given a choice. Cost is a leading factor in that decision process, but there are other factors at play as well.

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  • Students Tell Us Why They Like eTextbooks

    Students Tell Us Why They Like eTextbooks

    With more and more students showing a preference for eTextbooks, we wanted to understand the reasons behind this trend.

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  • Data Literacy and Quality Jobs for All

    Data Literacy and Quality Jobs for All

    Solving the “skills gap” that exists between college grads and new hires has taken on increasing urgency in the US and around the world amid growing economic inequality and technological innovation.

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