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    1. Higher Ed Cloud Adoption on the Rise

      Higher Ed Cloud Adoption on the Rise

      Cloud investment is mostly expected to grow next year in higher education; 81 percent of IT leaders or professionals said their institutions would be increasing spending on cloud computing in 2017. Sixty percent said they're integrating cloud thinking into their IT strategies. But it will take a few more years before the majority of applications in colleges are running in the cloud. Today 39 percent of apps are cloud-based; by 2021 it could be closer to 62 percent.

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      Mentions: Education
    2. Three-Quarters of Students Say More Tech Would Improve Their Learning

      Nearly six in 10 students (56 percent) would feel more comfortable being in a digital class than an in-person class and almost three-quarters (74 percent) report that they'd do better in their courses if only their instructors would use more technology. For example, 61 percent of students said learning would improve for them if their homework were more interactive, containing elements such as video.

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      Mentions: Video
    3. Mobile Data Usage To Hit 52 Million Terabytes This Year

      Mobile Data Usage To Hit 52 Million Terabytes This Year

      Mobile data usage will increase 59 percent this year over last on its way to 52 million terabytes, according to a new report from market research firm Gartner. The company predicts that growth will continue through 2018, when mobile data usage will reach an estimated 173 million TB. 

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    4. Developing a $10 Digital Textbook

      Developing a $10 Digital Textbook

      Purdue University has been offering its Interviewing Principles and Practice course for 27 years, and has used the same textbook for all of those years. The course has one of the highest enrollments in the School of Communication, with 14 sections of 24 students each. Many of them are junior and senior students who are preparing to enter the job market and want to improve their interviewing skills.

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    5. Tackling BYOE in Higher Ed

      Tackling BYOE in Higher Ed

      "Bring Your Own Device," or BYOD, has been an ed tech buzzword for so long that it's hard to imagine a learning environment without student-owned laptops, tablets, smartphones and the like. In fact, in its 2015 Top 10 IT Issues, Educause referred to BYOD as part of "the new normal," pointing out that technologies such as mobile, online education, cloud and BYOD are forcing IT to retool and redefine its support strategies and security policies.

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    6. Designing Learning Spaces for Both Online and On-Campus Delivery

      Designing Learning Spaces for Both Online and On-Campus Delivery

      It isn't easy to set up a production learning space on campus for the online learner. Even harder is setting up a classroom that can accommodate the remote learner while also handling presentations for face-to-face students. That was the challenge handed over to Phil Conrad, director of technical operations for the Engineering Professional Education program at Purdue University.

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    7. How Virtualization Makes BYOD Better

      How Virtualization Makes BYOD Better

      Educational IT leaders should not be “trying to do the same thing you’ve always done for less money,” but instead “doing something you can’t do any other way,” according to Doug Meade, the director of information technology at York County School Division (VA).

      The teachers seem to appreciate the change. Meade recently did a survey, and 74 percent of teachers said that the virtual desktop infrastructure makes their life easier. Perhaps more importantly, 65 percent said that VDI improves the way they teach.

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