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Log in or create an EDUCAUSE profile to manage your subscriptions. Sign up for regular updates on areas of the association that interest you, including those listed below.


  • CDS Update
    A monthly newsletter keeping you up-to-date on the Core Data Service survey, data reports, and reporting tool.
  • ECAR Update
    An easy-to-scan overview of the research hubs and popular reports for EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research subscribers.
  • EDUCAUSE At a Glance
    A monthly newsletter recapping EDUCAUSE news, professional development opportunities, and useful resources. While EDUCAUSE primary and participating representatives receive this as part of their membership, others may subscribe to this free service. (Check your EDUCAUSE Profile to determine whether you're an EDUCAUSE primary or participating representative.)
  • EDUCAUSE Live! Webinars
    Sign up to be e-mailed about free, hour-long interactive webinars covering critical information technology topics in higher education.
  • ELI News
    A bimonthly newsletter summarizing EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative information and resources for those interested in advancing learning through IT innovation.
  • EDUCAUSE Review
    A weekly e-mail highlighting recently published content that takes a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology and how they may affect the college/university as an institution, as well as practical advice and guidance, interactive elements, multimedia, and peer-reviewed articles about managing and using information resources in higher education.
  • NGLC Newsletter
    A bimonthly newsletter highlighting the work of Next Generation Learning Challenges and its grantees.
  • Policy Digest
    A quarterly newsletter on the public and campus policy issues affecting higher education IT.


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