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EDUCAUSE Conference Preview: 3 Perspectives on Technology in Higher Ed


Collegis Education is gearing up for the 2019 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, October 14 – 17. The event is known for bringing together “the best thinking in higher education IT”, and we’re honored to be among the professionals assembling in Chicago to discuss the latest tactics and trends in the world of higher education technology.

If you’re looking for reading material to get in the higher ed IT mindset, we’ve got you covered. We recently spoke with some experts on the topic of technology in higher education, and have been curating a number of helpful resources. Here’s a quick taste of what you can expect from each and, if you’re intrigued, you can click through to view the full piece.

“The Future of EdTech: 3 Changes You Can Expect to See”

The world of technology is constantly in flux – and this is certainly true for education technology (EdTech) in particular. It’s hard to know exactly what the classroom of tomorrow will bring, but our experts have some predictions about how EdTech will evolve in the coming years.

From accessibility and modality to customization and scalability, changes are on the horizon in higher education technology. Learn more about some of the trends we’re seeing in EdTech.

Click to read the full article.

“How to Mitigate Network Outages on Your College Campus”

Today’s college students and faculty rely heavily on campus networks for everything from communicating with colleagues and classmates to delivering and improving learning experiences. When network problems arise, it can cause serious complications for all parties.

We enlisted Todd Pombert, vice president of IT and campus CIO at Collegis, to share some actionable advice on how colleges can strengthen their IT networks. Read his expert insights into how to avoid outages on your campus.

Click to read the full article.

“Activating Hidden Growth Potential through Technology”

Whether your main objective is focused on enrollment, marketing, programming, student experience or all of the above, the common thread is technology. It’s time for higher ed institutions to start treating technology as a strategic differentiator that can help grow revenue.

In this webinar, Collegis Executive Vice President and CIO Kim Fahey highlights some innovative ways to leverage technology to enhance student experience and retention, as well as some tips on how to balance your technology project portfolio.

Click here to view the recorded webinar video.

We’ll see you at EDUCAUSE

These resources should have you ready to dive deeper into the world of higher education technology. If you are attending the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Chicago, October 14 – 17, stop by booth #660 in the Exhibit Hall and introduce yourself – we’d love to chat with you!

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Collegis is passionate about education and driven by the technology that keeps institutions moving forward.

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