Can Virtual Reality Capture The Experience Of Being In A Museum?

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Benchmarks that Inform How a Student Chooses a School

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When faced with choosing between two institutions, how does a student make the decision about which college or university to attend? It’s a combination of factors, according to a new report from Eduventures, the research arm of NRCCUA. Understanding those factors, according to the report, can help schools better prepare for changes in levels of student interest and influence the outcomes.

Researcher Kim Reid, an Eduventures principal analyst and author of the report, used data on nearly 76,000 students drawn from the company’s “2018 Survey of Admitted Students.” Each student had to make an enrollment choice between at least two schools and provided information and ratings about their ultimate enrollment choice and the next one in line. That analysis allowed Reid to produce an institution-level dataset with 151,676 sets of ratings for 1,383 four-year public and private nonprofit schools. (For-profits were left out of the analysis.)

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IoT Invasion Threaten Higher Ed Security?

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Much like the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon, untold numbers of internet of things (IoT) devices appearing on campus networks are shining a bright light on the need for heightened cybersecurity. While IoT and IoT systems have the potential to bring big value to higher education institutions, that value will not be realized unless institutions adopt a thoughtful security strategy.

Higher education thinks differently about IoT than enterprises do: unlike enterprises, colleges and universities operate discrete networks. Higher education institutions typically include residential networks for students, guest networks, and a campus or business network.

On the residential and guest side, it’s often the “wild, wild west” where anything goes. Columbia University in New York, for instance, operates a wide-open wireless network that spills into public spaces around the campus. At any given time, thousands of independent devices could be locking into the network.

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Extron and Panopto Streamline Video Capture

David Brodosi Extron and PanoptoPRNewswire/ — Extron, the leader in integrated AV solutions, and Panopto, the leading enterprise video platform provider, today announced a strategic partnership to seamlessly integrate Extron’s configurable AV control systems with Panopto’s media capture software and video content management system.

For businesses and universities, the partnership will dramatically simplify the recording and management of presentations, lectures, and events. Starting today, Extron is making available certified drivers for its in-room control systems, which now integrate with Panopto’s video capture software, enabling presenters to start and stop Panopto-compatible remote recorders with a single click. Second, in the coming months, Extron’s SMP (Streaming Media Processors) will also be directly integrated with Panopto, enabling ad hoc and scheduled video streaming from SMP products through the Panopto video content management system. The integration will support live, scheduled and on-demand publishing workflows.

“This is a very exciting time as Extron integrates solutions from our uniquely broad AV product portfolio with Panopto’s powerful enterprise video streaming platform to provide robust turn-key video solutions for the modern classroom and meeting space,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Extron. “Whether it be simple push-button control to hands-off, fully-automated streaming and recording for any environment, we are jointly taking media capture and management to a new level of simplicity for the industry.”

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Create a Data-Driven Learning Strategy

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Learner data can help you create a course that better matches your organization’s needs.

You’ve build an online course, but is it doing what you need it to do? This is one of the biggest challenges of online learning. With little-to-no face-to-face contact with learners, it can be difficult to know if your lessons are sinking in or doing any good. Fortunately, there is where a data-driven learning strategy can help.

A “learning strategy” can mean many things to many people, depending on whether you’re an instructor or a student, an independent educator or someone designing a training course for a large corporation. For the purposes of this post, we’re interested in exploring ways that you, the educator, can use data strategically to help your students learn from your online course. In other words, a learning strategy is “a strategy to help students learn.”

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Why Data and Analytics Matter

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Report from the EDUCAUSE/NACUBO/AIR 2019 Enterprise Summit

The 2019 Enterprise Summit: Analytics brought together professionals from IT, business and finance, and institutional research areas to explore the promise of analytics and how collaboration across the enterprise can advance institutional analytics strategy. The Enterprise Summit was co-hosted by EDUCAUSE, the Association for Institutional Research (AIR), and the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), with support from a program committee comprising members from each association.

Three primary themes emerged from this year’s event:

  • The importance of data and the urgency of analytics
  • The impact of analytics on the higher education workforce
  • Making a difference through communication and governance

This is the first in a three-part series of blogs summarizing each theme’s issues and recommendations.

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Online programs fueling boot camp sector’s growth in 2019

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Dive Brief:

  • Growth in online programs is expected to drive gains in the boot camp sector this year, according to an annual survey from Course Report about the market for non-college boot camps.
  • More than 23,000 graduates across 110 boot camp providers are expected for 2019, a figure that is up 50% year-over-year. Online programs are expected to grow at more than three times that pace to reach 5,519 graduates in 2019 across 14 providers. Course Report counts only full-time, synchronous programs toward its online tally.
  • Boot camps are increasingly looking to companies and colleges as partners, with the latter often including credit-bearing options, Liz Eggleston, co-founder of Course Report, told Education Dive in an interview.

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Online MBA for $24K

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Boston University‘s Questrom School of Business has partnered with edX to create the BU Questrom Online MBA, a fully online Master of Business Administration with a total tuition cost of $24,000. The program will be the first online MBA available on edX.

The $24,000 price point reflects the business school’s social mission to “expand access to a top-tier business education throughout the world,” according to a news announcement. As Susan Fournier, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean, noted, “Digital business is all about scale. The online MBA market is price elastic, with degree offerings ranging from $11,000 to $132,000, with a median price of $75,000. We expect tuition for online MBA degrees to drop to get to scale. We decided to be in front of this trend.”

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Building a Collegiate Esports Program

 

With relatively low upfront costs and high rewards, esports programs are an easy investment choice for some universities.

With global esports revenues expected to reach $1.1 billion this year, more and more colleges and universities are pressing start on competitive gaming leagues. Teams of students compete in these leagues in multiplayer games, such as League of Legends, Overwatch and Fortnite.

About 130 colleges now have their own esports teams — up from seven in 2016 — according to data from the National Association of Collegiate Esports. It’s estimated that esports will be on 150 campuses by 2020.

Additionally, nearly 200 colleges are now offering scholarships for students who participate, with a total of about $15 million in aid available.

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