This Week in Review – June 11th to June 17th

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Business Intelligence Tools Used in Higher Education

Several institutions use more than one BI system. Actually, we have calculated that about 50% of institutions use more than one system.

Source: LISTedTECH


Online Program Management – Purdue Polytechnic Institute

Purdue Polytechnic Institute and Anark Partner to Deliver Best-In-Class Model-Based Enterprise and Digital Thread Curriculum

The Department of Computer Graphics Technology in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute has selected Anark Corporation to provide automated Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) publishing to its students.

Purdue Polytechnic will deploy Anark Core and MBEWeb as incorporated elements to its engineering and continuing education programs, providing program participants with access to best-in-class tools, technology and courseware materials.

Source: BusinessWire

American University’s Washington College of Law

American University’s Washington College of Law Partners with 2U, Inc. to Launch an Online Master of Legal Studies

American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) and 2U, Inc. today announced a partnership to offer Law@American, an online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree, a new Domestic Graduate Program for 2U.

This online Master of Legal Studies will significantly expand the offerings for AUWCL enabling non-lawyers who aspire to become highly skilled and ethical professionals with a robust understanding of the U.S. legal system.

Source: Cision PR Newswire


Student Information System – Waikato University

Waikato University Deploys Student Management System from Tribal Group

Based on its functionalities and ability to meet the university’s needs, Tribal Group’s SITS:Vision solution was chosen to replace Waikato University’s incumbent student management system (SMS).

Source: CIO from IDG


Textbooks – Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola University New Orleans Selects Barnes & Noble College to Manage its Bookstore

Effective June 15, Barnes & Noble College, a Barnes & Noble Education company, will be managing Loyola University’s in-store and online bookstore operations.

This should mean significant cost savings for Loyola students in the form of affordable choices for learning materials and a robust textbook rental program. Barnes & Noble College will also offer students a price match program as well as a year-round buyback program.

Source: University Newsroom


LEADERSHIP

Brown University Executive Ravi Pendse Named CIO and VP of IT at University of Michigan

The University of Michigan has named Ravi Pendse as its next vice president for information technology and chief information officer.

Pendse, who will serve as an executive officer of the university and provide university-wide leadership and strategic direction for information technology will assume his new position on August 1st.

Source: IndiaWest


URI Names New Chief Information Officer

Effective July 23, Karlis Kaugars, will become the new Chief Information Officer at the University of Rhode Island.

Kaugars brings 25 years of planning, developing and implementing information technology solutions in an academic environment to the university.

Source: URI Today

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