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December 2013



Distance Learning: Bridging the Gap with Virtual Classroom Technology

By: Babak Salimi

University administrators are tasked with keeping pace in a fast-changing environment and increasing global competition.


Colleges' Cost-Saving Secret Weapon: Furniture Asset Management

By: Mario Insenga

While college students prep for another semester and prospects scurry to submit applications, critical behind-the-scenes renovation decisions are being made by project management teams at universities across the country.


Campus Tech Leaders: People Matter Most

By: Herman Miller Education

During a recent roundtable for academic IT leaders, a theme emerged: the importance of the human side of technology.



Alternative Uses for Lecture Capture Programs

By: Krista Lazarus-Gilliland & Brandon Gilliland

The most commonly prescribed method of lecture capture in colleges and universities is to have a professor record a lesson and post it online for students to view later, specifically for exam preparation and missed classes.


Wofford's Daring Biology Redesign

By: Rachel James Clevenger

Dr. Ellen Goldey is the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor and Chair of Biology at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Though long renowned for its exceptional Biology program, Wofford has recently received national recognition for extensive revisions to its first-year curriculum, changes spearheaded by Goldey.


7 Tips For Getting The Most Out of Your Analog Cameras With Video Encoders

By: Domingo Martinez

Video encoders turn analog cameras into IP video - creating a video management system that is easier to manage, accessible from anywhere via web/mobile, and integrates with your other legacy systems like access control.



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