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The 4 main drivers behind higher-ed disruption – eCampus News

Higher education is at a critical space in between disruption and transformation Higher-ed leaders must embrace change if they wish to remain relevant. At EDUCAUSE 2018 last fall, James Phelps, director of enterprise architecture and strategy at the University of Washington and winner of the 2018 EDUCAUSE Community Leadership Award, discussed the four main drivers More Info »

Washington News Brief

By Sharon H. Bob, Ph.D., Higher Education Specialist, Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville, PC
The following Washington career college news brief is a summary of important higher education news originating from Washington D.C.

2019 State of the Sector Update

By Tracy Kreikemeier, Chief Marketing Officer, Thruline Marketing
The education landscape is changing in many ways and it is important to keep up with how your school fits in and can add value to the current environment.

 
 

We Invited Our Marketing Agency to Our Annual Planning. Here’s Why You Should Too.

By Charlie Buehler, Vice President of Marketing, Broadview Education Consortium
Broadview Education Consortium needed to think differently as they prepared for their annual planning meeting. They decided to take the bold step of inviting their outside marketing agency to attend and participate – the result was amazing.

Converting the Worst of Times into the Best of Times: Market Research in a Time of Rebirth

ECPI University Becomes one of the First Universities to Issue Degrees Digitally

Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Jeff Arthur, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & Chief Information Officer, ECPI University
ECPI University became one of the first universities in the nation to issue degrees digitally, providing secure, immediate verification to prospective employers and others. ECPI University’s Jeff Arthur predicts the technology will be “a revolutionary game-changer for higher education by putting ownership of student records into the hands of students.”

Dos and Don’ts to Achieve Student Success in Today’s Higher Education Landscape