Remote Work and Campus Network Security

I enjoy sitting on my front porch with my laptop while doing research, especially in the spring and fall. Much of my dissertation was...  More

Securing Your Network: The Greatest Vulnerability is the Human Factor

When we picture “hacking” we might have an image from movies of an individual, sitting in a dark room in front of several monitors,...  More

Benefits of Rental Technology on College Campuses

Technology is being developed at a staggering pace, and some colleges and universities may feel pressure to keep up with the latest...  More

Layers of Reality: Applications of VR and AR

For centuries now, the concepts of education and learning have remained fairly stagnant—students attend class in physical buildings,...  More

Tracing the Past and Future of Virtual Reality

According to Merchant et al. in an article for Computers and Education, virtual reality can be traced back to the 1960's. Initially it was...  More

Cybersecurity at Private Universities

For many years, security on private college and university campuses has been a major concern for students, parents, faculty, and staff.  More

Virtual Reality Brings History to Life

Students in Gonzaga University Professor Andrew Goldman’s History 193 course can look forward to traveling somewhere new and far...  More

PA Online Students Travel to Yale Campus for Hands-on Training

When potential students consider online educational programs, they rarely visualize a traditional classroom setting. “People think we are...  More

Maximizing the Opportunities of Digital Transformation on Campus

With the current emphasis on student success and engagement as they relate to student retention, we understand how overwhelming big data...  More

OpenSimon Toolkit To Make Every Classroom a Learning Laboratory

Carnegie Mellon's learning engineering techniques, tools, and materials are now openly available. Carnegie Mellon University has launched...  More