Tag Archive | "software"

[Results] Higher Ed CMS Usage

[Results] Higher Ed CMS Usage

At the end of February, .eduGuru set out to begin another round of research on a trend in higher ed web development. This time, we took a look at the CMSs being used from school to school. Which CMS to use for a university is a question that lingers in forums and on mailing lists [...]

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Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Last week I was contacted by @lisakribs about a new piece of software her company is developing called MobileEducator, designed for colleges and universities to enable low cost entry into the mobile arena.  The software looked fairly neat, and I thought it might be something that plenty of our readers might see value in, so [...]

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Put a Fork In It, It’s Done

Put a Fork In It, It’s Done

When do you kill off support for IE6?  As designers and coders, most of us probably wish we could have done it two or three years ago (or more).  On your own personal sites, or corporate type sites, you may have already cut the cord (many already have).  In reality, for many campuses ending support [...]

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Evolving in a Recession: Opportunity in Open Source

Raise your hand if you see your budget on the chopping block for next year.  The current topic de jour has been how so many school’s are being asked to do more with less.  Budget crises from state to state have everyone scrambling to find ways to cut corners, and trim fat.  Some people are [...]

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