Play a leadership role in transforming the educational experience with blended learning modalities and transition from simple cost center to critical contributor in the fight for enrollment, retention, persistence, and outcomes.
Four generations are now navigating the university experience together. Today's freshman are the most digitally advanced and interacting with older generations working well into their 70s. Each generation has their own preferred communication style. This video identifies new ways to bring a multi-generational campus together.
David Hinson, CIO at Drury University, and Rajiv Shenoy, CTO at Apogee, offer their perspective in this EDUCAUSE article how to evaluate and inventory in-house resources and define success for your institution.
Generation Z is the most digitally capable group of students ever. Recruiting and retaining these students on college campuses with aging infrastructure and limited connectivity is a challenge. This video uncovers the key Gen Z traits to better engage these students.
This article from Business Officer magazine looks into the differences between traditional IT systems and IoT systems and what strategies institutions can use to adapt their network infrastructure and operations.
To combat hazing during National Hazing Prevention Week, 14 schools used the Campus Life Channel (CLC), a digital platform that collects, curates, and broadcasts social media posts, videos, and flyers, for sharing content.
If capital expenditures are generally meant for static investments and operating expenses are intended for variable, ongoing costs, it only makes sense that rapidly changing technology would be better shifted to predictable operational expenses.
This white paper highlights our insights, and looks at how Wi-Fi is a complex utility that serves as a foundation to campus technology, and how tech-savvy leaders can empower their campuses for the future.
In EDUCAUSE Review, Thomas Hennessey Jr., PhD, chief of staff emeritus at George Mason University, writes about the development of George Mason's digital engagement and communications strategy and the benefits of partnering with a managed services technology provider like Apogee.