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March 19, 2016 | Michael Caulfield
I've been thinking a lot about our non-traditional students as Washington State University, especially since seeing Marcia Devlin's excellent presentation on this demographic at DLRN. Broadly, what the research says is that the students who do best in college are not the brightest and the most...
January 20, 2016 | Colleen Keller
The EDUCAUSE Blogs are now on the EDUCAUSE Review site. Please visit us at http://er.educause.edu/blogsA few of our current blogs include; Homepage: From the President Written by EDUCAUSE President and CEO John O’Brien The Inside Line Lessons learned from those using and...
November 13, 2015 | Jennifer Ortega
Jen Ortega serves as a consultant to EDUCAUSE on federal policy and government relations. She has worked with EDUCAUSE since 2013 and assists with monitoring legislative and regulatory proposals across a range of policy areas, including cybersecurity, data privacy, e-learning, and accessibility....
October 29, 2015 | Valerie M. Vogel
As the 12th anniversary of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) wraps up, we would like to thank the higher education community for another successful celebration! Colleges and universities continue to offer fun, creative activities and events for students, faculty, staff, and their...
October 20, 2015 | Jennifer Ortega
Jen Ortega serves as a consultant to EDUCAUSE on federal policy and government relations. She has worked with EDUCAUSE since 2013 and assists with monitoring legislative and regulatory proposals across a range of policy areas, including cybersecurity, data privacy, e-learning, and accessibility.