By tag : Education

If you don’t know about Netflix’s “Stranger Things” then you have missed out. Who doesn’t love 80’s music, Star Wars merchandise (the first time...
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Neal Tilley
Two years ago the FCC modernized the E-Rate funding program for K-12 schools to focus on building better in-building experiences through Wi-Fi. While...
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Vicki Vaughn
Abilene Christian University (ACU), is a medium-size, private, selective, residential university with an enrollment of 4,900 students and supported...
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Arthur Brant
Fun fact, ACUTA was formed in 1971 by universities who believed that likeminded College telecommunication staff should be able to share ideas,...
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Neal Tilley
There is a level of mastery in the IT departments of universities that aligns with the expertise and skill of a TOP CHEF. Just like those intrepid chefs, the CIO and team have to work with a diverse mix of factors to support the business strategy of the college.
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Neal Tilley
The STEM misdirect and the rise of the Cyber Infrastructure in K-12. In today’s mobile learning environment, success is not solely based on the...
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Neal Tilley
As a Star Wars fan, like most people, I look forward to the new movie that will hit our screens in December. Preparing for it means dusting off the...
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Neal Tilley
I’m a traveling man so I have the luxury of hearing views from schools across North America on technology in education. In a few weeks I’ll be...
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Neal Tilley
The new eRate season was filled with many headlines of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt, or "FUD" as we call it in vendor-land. Vendors and schools are:...
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Neal Tilley
Education is often sacrificed for short term objectives when a company looks for extreme productivity. Of course, companies want employees to be...
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Aymeric Senechal