Category Archives: Undergraduate Education

Infographic: Student Mobile Workspaces

CampusTechnology provides a  snapshot of how students consider and use mobile devices in their Student Mobile Workspaces Infographic, including:

  • The value of technology from the students’ perspective
  • How students feel their devices are viewed by their institution
  • Ed tech leaders weigh in on the importance of remote access for students
  • Bridging the gap between user expectations and higher ed capabilities

94% of higher education leaders agree that students should have access to applications and data anywhere, on any device, but 55% said their institution does not provide this level of access to students today.

If you are a member you can read more about this infographic in CampusTechnology, September 17, 2015.

 

 

Link: Pairing E-Portfolios With Badges To Document Informal Learning

Lloyd, Med. “Pairing E-Portfolios With Badges to Document Informal Learning.” Campus Technology, July 29, 2015.

One of the greatest impacts of this initiative, added Ambrose, is the model it offers other campuses and institutions for collaborating with vendors to adjust technology to the education sector, rather than the other way around.

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A summary of Notre Dame’s efforts to integrate digital badging into their student e-portfolio system. What began as an API hack is now a partnership with Credly and Digication to ensure student authentication and promote interconnected use of third-party services. They are investigating how to include the badges on transcripts.