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9 Ways Community Colleges Have Embraced Innovation

9 Ways Community Colleges Have Embraced Innovation

January 28, 2019

Supporting mobile devices is a top priority among a majority of community colleges surveyed in the Center for Digital Education’s annual Digital Community Colleges Survey, which offers an inside look at community college innovation and technology.

 

Other priorities include cybersecurity tools and testing, redesigning or upgrading websites, upgrading classroom technologies, digital content and curriculum, and disaster recovery/business continuity.

 

According to the survey, 34 percent of community colleges have a strategy in place for the use of mobile devices; 35 percent have a full-time chief information security officer or a similar full-time role; 71 percent of surveyed community colleges’ websites have responsive web design; and 88 percent have off-site data storage redundancies in place.

 

The survey also reveals a number of trends in the top priorities named by surveyed community colleges:

 

Mobility strategy

 

  • 34 percent of surveyed community colleges have a strategy in place for the use of mobile devices
  • 51 percent are piloting the use of mobile devices in classrooms but lack a formal strategy
  • 44 percent of colleges offer professional development for teachers on how to use mobile apps for instruction
  • 20 percent of colleges offer professional development for teachers or provide specific policies regarding how to protect student privacy when using apps

 

Upgrading classroom technologies

 

  • 74 percent of colleges use standardized classroom implementations to cope with limited budgets
  • 77 percent of colleges report they currently use technology tools for the classroom such as interactive whiteboards, document cameras, display equipment, assessment tools
  • 13 percent of colleges will be modernizing, expanding or replacing their classroom technology tools in the next 12-24 months

 

Content and curriculum

 

  • 69 percent of colleges employ full-time employee(s) specifically to assist in designing online or multi-modal content and courses for use by college staff/faculty
  • 58 percent of colleges report that many of their instructors are using hybrid or online teaching models

 

Courtesy: E-campus News

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