Visit us at EDUCAUSE 2014. We’ll be in booth 1121 and ready to share the latest in Connected Learning for Higher Education.
Join us for demonstrations and presentations by education technology experts covering a range of topics, including:
New! Campus Media Experience Come see the Dorm Room of the Future! Whether in a dorm room or on the go via a mobile device, smart and connected systems use student preference location, presence, environmental, and personalized information to deliver a better experience and improved access to services and information. This makes easy for students to:
- Access Services, entertainment, and academic content
- Collaborate with Friends, Faculty and Family
- Call / Video with Campus police and Emergency Notifications
New! CyberSecurity with SourceFire The 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report indicated 88% of financially motivated incidents with Web App Attacks are not detected by organizations own internal processes and security measures. See how Cisco answers Security through the tight integration of SourceFire and Identity Services Engine (ISE) to be more effective, less cumbersome, and more tightly integrated across the infrastructure; while at the same time improving the end user experience. Other Things to Explore:
- Collaboration, featuring the new MX Series, which turns any classroom or conference room into a video collaboration hub
- Lecture Capture/Transform/Share
- Mobility & Wireless and BYOD Solutions
- Data Center & Unified Compute System
- Cloud Computing
Don’t Miss These Customer Presentations:
Collaboration at San Jose State: Enabling an Unbounded University Tuesday, 09/30/14, 11:40AM – 12:30PM in Meeting Room W308C/D. This session is listed online at: www.educause.edu/events/e14/corp06
Wireless at Georgia Tech: Enabling a High-Density Classroom Experience Wednesday, 10/01/14, 1:30PM – 2:20PM in Meeting Room W205A. This session is listed online at: www.educause.edu/events/e14/corp31
Data Center Refresh: Best Practices at the University of Northern Colorado Wednesday, 10/01/14, 4:30PM – 5:20PM in Meeting Room W310A/B. This session is listed online at: www.educause.edu/events/e14/corp43
Cisco will also have a private meeting room on the show floor where you can meet with subject matter experts for 1:1 briefings. Contact your Cisco account manager for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow @CiscoHigherEdu for live updates during the event, and we look forward to seeing you at Educause 2014!
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Educause 2013 brought together the country’s greatest minds in higher education to discuss the future of learning. We’ve come away from this year’s conference with a lot to think about – the role of mobile devices in the classroom, new technology implementations and turning the traditional classroom upside down. But throughout all of these different discussions, the common thread throughout the conference was engagement.
At the Cisco booth, we featured solutions that can help engage students through the use of video. Cisco partner Vyopta demonstrated how Cisco® Lecture Vision and Vyopta vPublish, work together to manage the entire lecture-capture process, from recording content to managing media assets to streaming on demand. Read how San Jose State University is using this tool to deliver 51 next-generation learning spaces across campus.
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Day 2 of Educause 2013 has been both information-filled and somewhat fascinating. During the general session this morning, author and renowned game designer, Jane McGonigal, shared some intriguing facts about the power of gaming in higher education. A few facts she shared that I found especially interesting included – 71% of employees are not engaged (at a cost of 300 billion dollars per year), and that the longer you stay in school, the less engaged you become.
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Tags: connected education, edu13, education, educause, engagement, highered, video, videoconferencing
As our team has prepared for Educause 2013 this week, we have been talking a lot about technology in higher education and how it’s impacting colleges, universities, students and staff. Of course, robot soccer was not the first thing that came to mind, but it’s a great example of how different technologies are changing education forever.
Bowdoin College, which you may remember from last year’s #1 Most Connected College, is one of my favorite case studies because it points out that people have to TRUST technology for it to really be effective. Trust is a big word, really – I know I’m not the only person who is a little gun shy when I think about updating my phone to a new software version. So, when a professor has a class full of students and says “let’s all stream this video right now”, it’s important that it actually works – or professors risk losing student attention, losing time and facing maximum frustration levels.
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More and more we are seeing the education landscape change to include more technology for collaboration and mobile learning. Colleges and universities are enabling secure networks for staff and students to access resources on-campus and off. With October being National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) and Educause next week, we are hearing a lot of talk about the importance of campus network security and threats. Read More »
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