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This compendium of digital innovations is designed to help you identify digital trends in higher education, engage in environmental scanning, and identify new opportunities for your own campus.

This research brief summarizes each session, including the topics and key takeaways, which are compiled from both EAB’s prepared research and the insights and practices surfaced during facilitated discussion on fall term troubleshooting for IT leaders.

EAB conducted a survey of academic and IT leaders in December 2020 to assess the perceived impact of existing and new academic technologies on academic continuity, identify trends in tech purchasing, and gauge satisfaction with different vendor products. Discover the results and emerging trends in this interactive infographic.

As colleges and universities prepare for Spring semester, they must plan to continue employing the measures they diligently implemented in the Fall (e.g., enforcing masks, frequent testing, manual contact tracing) and work to strengthen their COVID-19 containment strategy in any way possible. Exposure notification apps – mobile apps that notify users of their exposure to other users who have tested positive for COVID-19 – can prove a valuable addition to any institution’s COVID-19 containment strategy.

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