NGLS in the News
Universities have always prioritized the student experience. Now the U.K.'s National Student Survey counts for more, they’re taking a sophisticated approach to maximizing students' learning experiences.
Residents of Greater Grand Rapids often face ballot proposals to fund education buildings. Some may doubt that new buildings foster academic success. However, as proven by votes cast, the majority believe in and support these proposals.
The growing education and medical corridor in downtown will formally add a 107,000 square-foot building on Monday with a dedication of a $62.5 million Nursing and Science Building for Rutgers University-Camden.
The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo has brought three pilot classrooms into the 21st century where learning spaces are designed for students to get plugged in, flip open laptops, interact freely with each other and professors, absorb information from smart 3-D screens and sound bar systems.
Future workers need—ironically enough—education that is both available at a mass scale and intensely specialized. Universities are facing a seemingly impossible crisis over how to offer accessible teaching, to several times the number of people as in years past, that is individualized, yet affordable.
TV-2 News covering the impact of Augmented and Virtual Reality featuring NGLS 2018 speaker Michael Mathews , Chief Information Officer , Oral Roberts University