Higher Education

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Business process redesign (BPR) identifies core issues within an organization, helps to evaluate current workflows and their outcomes, maximizes existing tools, and aims to discover new methods for improving an organization entirely. BPR is also a great way to stay competitive, learn what other organizations are doing differently, and keep a competitive edge.

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Gamification strategy provides a fascinating educational journey for higher ed students. It offers an innovative approach to teaching and learning the curriculum in a more engaging, interactive, and fun way, enabling learners to virtually and visually experience new course material.

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Higher ed is an adventure-filled theme park for cyber attackers, and here's why. Colleges and universities do not allocate the necessary funds to properly protecting their institutions from cyber threats. Also, while new cyber threats are surfacing, students and staff who have no knowledge of cybersecurity are connecting using unsecured networks, making them easy targets for skilled attackers.

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Imagine sitting through a class or taking a course and later realizing that you didn't learn any of what you needed to know. Perhaps it was the wrong class, or maybe it was the correct class, and it happened to have a poorly composed instructional design. Perhaps the course would have been better if you had taken prerequisites or if the design team had added some essential features into the program's design or taken some unnecessary ones out.

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Over the past year, organizations have found learning management systems (LMS) more necessary than the luxury we once knew them to be. When it comes to eLearning, the best LMS increases productivity for both the faculty and the students. Consider it a centralized online training location, a classroom where information consumption can be tracked, managed, and even customized.