As campuses make preparations for reopening, here are some innovative technology solutions that you might want to consider.
Be on the lookout for these access control trends. Perhaps your campus has already embraced some of them.
The lawsuit claims the final regulations narrow Title IX’s reach and will chill the reporting of sexual harassment due to extensive procedural requirements.
Classes already developed for face-to-face classes can easily be adapted for remote formats during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newman University was searching for a solution that requires minimal training for its contracted security officers and has minimal maintenance charges.
The lawsuit claimed the University of Arizona knew Orlando Bradford was a danger but failed to take adequate steps to protect his victims.
Beacons, smartphones, cameras and other technologies are being considered by campuses for contact tracing and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The death of George Floyd has prompted UMN to limit its ties to the city’s law enforcement agency. Ohio State students are also pressuring OSU to cut ties with Columbus PD.
The platform enables GeoPoll health checks, two-way messaging, symptom and high-risk tracking, and targeted communications, among other things.
The Minneapolis school board has terminated its contract with Minneapolis PD, and other K-12 districts may follow suit.