We’re busy gearing up for yet another great Higher Education Learning and Information eXchange (HELIX) conference on April 2-4, 2008 at Tan-Tar-A.
On November 7, 2007, students from eleven states took a virtual tour of Riverbluff Cave in Springfield, Mo.
People often ask me what I see in my crystal ball regarding the future of the Internet and computing technologies. Recently when I looked, I saw a GENI!
Technology can play a key role in disaster preparedness, but without adequate planning and practicing, your investment may not yield the results you need in the event of a crisis.
In what has been coined the “great bandwidth arms race,” campuses everywhere are faced with ever-increasing demands for more bandwidth.
New Media Consortium’s Dr. Larry Johnson to keynote HELIX and Connections 2007
A common area in the MU College of Engineering has students renewing an interest in the college’s library
Educators use computer game technology to engage students
MOBIUS transforms the library experience for higher-ed students, researchers and staff
VESTA offers viticulture training to budding winemakers—anytime, anywhere
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