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Social Engineering Scams Higher Education Security Threat

Social Engineering Scams

Universities and higher education platforms have been an important target of phishing attacks for a long time now. Dealing with cyber-threats of various kinds has consequently been an important priority of network system engineers and administrators of these institutions to

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The New Partnership Between TurboVote and Ohio Universities Simplifies Student Voting


Two universities from Ohio recently partnered with the manufacturer of an electronic voting system to make voting easier for their students. The University of Akron and the Case Western Reserve University announced on Monday, September 22nd 2014, that they opened

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MOOC Setback: San Jose State Cancels For-Profit Udacity Classes

One semester into an innovative new online program at California’s San Jose State University, school administrators have decided to suspend all coursework co-created with education entrepreneur Udacity. The reason: most of the students in the trial run failed their final

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University CIOs Discuss MOOCs at Purdue Extended Campus Panel

Top tech leaders from over 40 U.S. universities and colleges recently converged on San Diego to discuss the future of new media in higher education. A key panel featured CIOs from Amherst College, Wesleyan University and Rollins College—schools that have

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