The Dallas Business Journal recently published the rankings for COVID-related instructional readiness for Texas colleges and universities as ranked by the non-profit Educate to Career. This year, these national rankings indicate how robust the software and systems for distance learning are at each higher-education institution. Two of the Tier 1-ranked Texas institutions, Texas A&M University – Commerce and Texas Woman’s University, are Columbia Advisory Group IT service customers.
CAG is proud of the work our own Dr. Chris Jones is doing with the faculty at Texas A&M University – Commerce to help assisted-living residents stay in touch with relatives using robotic technology. It is just one more way we encourage our on-site staff like Dr. Jones at our University IT managed service sites to seamlessly work with faculty to support tech innovation.
Did you ever think that high school video games skills could lead to scholarship money? Yes, esports is changing the playing field as more than 200 colleges are now offering esports scholarships for gamers. College campuses are building their own competitive esports facilities and teams, and high schools are following suit. Learn more about it here.
As higher education institutions strive to maximize actionable insights and student services across existing data pools, the need for complex data integrations continues to grow.
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In conversation with Steve Erwin: Trends and Challenges for IT security in education
Our own Steve Erwin, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer talks about present day trends and challenges for IT security in Education with E&I Cooperative Services. Click here for detailed interview.