Advanced Core Technologies Initiative
ACTI has been integrated with EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research
ECAR Working Groups bring together higher education IT leaders to address core technology challenges. Individuals at EDUCAUSE member institutions are invited to collaborate on projects that advance emerging technologies important to colleges and universities.
Learn more on the ECAR Working Groups page.
The summer 2013 ACTI/ECAR integration brings together EDUCAUSE analysis and research efforts and enables greater support of the working groups. Read more about the integration.
Need help deciding which IT solution will best meet the needs of your campus?
Tracking trends in unified communications.
Coming to a shared understanding on the definitions of frequently used data management terms.
Guidelines for evaluating and selecting a mobile web framework based on an individual university’s characteristics, resources, strategies, and needs.
Learn how to implement a DMP service that supports your unique research environment.
Highlights from the November 6, 2012 meeting.
Learn what DAS are, what non-DAS solutions exist, and get ideas on how to buy or fund your DAS solution in this latest paper from ACTI-CCM.
ACTI responds to the NSF ACCI reports
ACTI Conversation webinar archive.
This project focuses on what services and governance might be needed as institutions increase their maturity in data management and storage support.
IPv6 was first introduced in 1996, but many schools haven't made the move yet. Find out reasons to start planning a transition now.
A look at the basic tenets of responsive web design, an approach that makes content available on a variety of devices.
A summary of recent changes in emergency communications and the impact these changes have on campus and statewide.
How will our campuses support big data, and how will we work with national data centers?