2575 Campus Technology, newsletter, 3 de marzo de 2009


  • Bennington College Implements Yield Optimization Software

    Bennington College in Vermont has selected Rapid Insight as its analytic software provider. Bennington plans to start off by using Rapid Insight’s new software, Yield Optimization, to improve recruiting cost effectiveness and to optimize applicant yield rates from prospect and inquiry pools. More

  • MIT Speeds Health Work in Project that Uses PDAs To Track TB Data

    An MIT graduate student has introduced personal digital assistants (PDAs) into the process of tracking tuberculosis patient care data, saving healthcare workers time and money. Joaquin Blaya started the project after taking a year off during his graduate studies to return to Chile, where he was born. More

  • Polish University Centralizes Campus Wireless with Meru Equipment

    Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland is replacing stand-alone wireless access points(APs) on its campus with a centrally controlled wireless network. Theuniversity, known in Polish as Uniwersytet Miko_aja Kopernika (UMK), is usingequipment Meru Networks to provide secure wireless Internet access. More

  • SnapStream Shrinks Media Search Appliance

    SnapStream Media has introduced a smaller version of its television capture and search appliance for education, the SnapStream Mini. It’s expected to ship by the end of March. More

Online Resources

  • Selecting and Implementing Web Content Management at the University of Minnesota
    Sponsored by: Oracle
    Learn how the University of Minnesota has met and solved the challenge of securing access to sensitive information while at the same time granting its constituents access to the information they need. Hear how they have strategically navigated and securely distributed content to a dispersed, changing, global environment.
  • Rebuilding the Student Population at the University of New Orleans after Katrina
    Sponsored by: Oracle
    This session will examine how the University of New Orleans recruited students and grew enrollment after hurricane Katrina using Oracle’s Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) and Campus Solutions.
  • Keys to Effective Document Management and Retention in Education
    Sponsored by eBridge Solutions
    In this session, experts reveal how you can better manage documents and information across departments and comply with record retention requirements with document management solutions from eBridge Solutions. Get keys for implementing effective documentation retention practices and see how eBridge Solutions enabled one school to more efficiently store, share and retrieve: administrative records, contracts and agreements, curriculum and instructional records and more.
  • Strategies for building a collaborative, mobile learning environment
    Sponsored by Timecruiser
    In this session, experts from Tarrant County Community College and Timecruiser discuss strategies for successfully implementing communication, collaboration, and learning solutions into the campus environment. Hear what challenges Tarrant faced and how they addressed these issues with a next-generation solution from Timecruiser.
  • Call for Entries: 2009 Campus Technology Innovators
    Sponsored by Campus Technology
    We seek exemplary colleges and universities, their visionary technology project leadership, and their innovative vendor partners who have deployed extraordinary campus technology solutions to campus challenges. Nominations due by March 16.
  • More resources

News Update from Campus Technology is a weekly electronic complement to Campus Technology, the only monthly publication focusing exclusively on the use of technology across all areas of higher education. Campus Technology serves as a complete resource for administrative and academic IT leaders and provides in-depth, aggressive coverage of specific technologies, their uses and implementations on campus. Featured topics include advanced networking, administrative systems, portals, security, electronic publishing, communication solutions, presentation technologies, course management systems, technology infrastructure, and strategic IT planning — all the important issues and trends for campus IT decision-makers.

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