Modern Access Control Systems Increase Safety, Not Expense

Defining exactly what an Access Control System (ACS) is and how it functions has become increasingly difficult as technology has expanded...  More

Come Together, Right Now: Advance Lighting for a Forward-thinking Campus

Paul McCartney and John Lennon had other thoughts in mind when they wrote that now famous line almost five decades ago, but their words...  More

The Pros and Cons of Personalized Electronic Devices in the Classroom

Traditional-age college students are now iGen, the post-1995 generation who were the first to spend their entire adolescence with...  More

Innovative Technologies for Hybrid Learning

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, administrators and faculty have been scrambling to solve the considerable challenges posed by the...  More

Maximizing Our Students’ Talents with Campus-Based Innovation Centers

Professor Roy Hinkley of the short-lived but unforgettable sitcom Gilligan’s Island had a delightful knack for maximizing the resources...  More

Biometric Security and the Question of Privacy

As private colleges and universities look to the future of security and access control on campus, more concerns about student and staff...  More

Northeastern University Invests In the Future of AI

Northeastern University is looking to the future and investing in multiple institutes focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine...  More

Could eSports Arenas be the Future of Campus Athletics Facilities?

As more and more athletics conferences and individual colleges across the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) have cancelled or...  More

The Rise of Distance Learning and the Online PhD: Is There Cause for Concern?

At present, there exists two correlating trends within higher education, each of which offer a glimpse into its future: The first is that...  More

Keeping Higher Ed Communities Healthy with Contact Tracing

As we continue to adjust to the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak, one thing is for certain—there will be no immediate...  More