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Meeting Communications Needs in Campus Dorms
July 1, 2008

For the past decade, campuses in the United States have been offering comprehensive communications services in campus dorms that include high speed Internet, cable television, and telephone servi…

Integrating Amazon Kindle at Seton Hall - Notes
March 13, 2009

Integrating Amazon Kindle at Seton Hall - Notes Track Session at 2009 EDUCAUSE/NERCOMP Regional Conference. March 10th, Providence, RI Speakers: Melissa McDowell and Riad Twal Slide…

Wi-Fi 'illegal images' politician defends legislation
December 6, 2007

The Democratic sponsor of a bill forcing anyone with an open Wi-Fi connection to report illegal images--or pay fines of up to $300,000--says a recent Internet outcry over the legislation misses t…

Distributed Antenna Systems
November 1, 2007

Move to distributed antenna systems and give your campus a unified system for public safety wireless, cellular, and WiFi coverage. Move to distri…

What's Eating Citywide WiFi
September 20, 2007

"Big-city WiFi is dead at the moment, because the cost and requirements were a big mismatch with where the money can come from for the projects. EarthLink offered too much, realized it and p…

iPhone Turned into Pocket-Sized Hacking Platform
October 2, 2007

"Be warned: One researcher says the iPhone could become the "perfect spying device," thanks to multiple security flaws." &quo…

A Model of American Higher Education in the Middle East
July 30, 2007

Good Ideas A Model of American Higher Education in the Middle East The American University of Kuwait relies on its technology infrastructure to support and deliver the American model of hig…

More Than Coffee and Wireless
July 10, 2007

"For several years now, the talk about libraries as student-oriented buildings has focused on amenities to enhance the visitor’s experience. Students want their coffee and comfy couches on…

Philadelphia Wi-Fi project advances
January 1, 2007

"Philadelphia has finished testing its wireless Internet project, setting the stage for America's biggest citywide Wi-Fi network that will also offer access to low-income households."…

Do We Need Discreet Computing in Instruction?
January 1, 2007

© 2007 William O. Plymale EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 42, no. 3 (May/June 2007): 84–85 William O. Plymale is Director of Research, Development, and Systems in Virginia Tech�…