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February 14, 2019

NJEdge Launches Community Leadership Groups at EdgeCon 2019

Newark, NJ, January 14, 2019 – NJEdge, New Jersey’s nonprofit research and education network, launched two new leadership groups with kickoff sessions at EdgeCon 2019. EdgeCon, NJEdge’s annual conference, took place from January 9-11 in Long Branch, NJ, and played…
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February 14, 2019

Technology Solutions Help Educators Focus on Students’ Needs

NJEdge Partners with Google for Education and Mend the Gap Each child walking through a teacher’s door comes in with different needs. A great teacher works hard to reach these diverse boys and girls, often burning the candle at both…
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February 11, 2019

Using Technology to Help Every Child Find Success

NJEdge shares digital transformation message with the K-12 Community at NJSBA’s 2018 Conference, themed “Engaging Every Student” How do you provide a path for every child to find success in life? This question was exactly what was discussed at the…
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February 11, 2019

Dr. Merodie Hancock Provides Valuable Leadership at Thomas Edison State University

Looking back through our lives, it’s easy to see how a map unfolds filled with experiences and connections. The dots interconnect from one location to another. For Dr. Merodie Hancock, her purposeful map has provided her with opportunities at higher…
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January 28, 2019

NJEdge Benefits Its Membership by Expanding EdgeNet’s Digital Footprint

From the beginning of NJEdge, the non-profit technology consortium has cared about their digital footprint and how the evolving footprint would impact members. These steps began back in 1997, when a technology ecosystem was developed and grown into what is…
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January 28, 2019

Michele Norin Leads Rutgers University to Prominence with Efficient and Effective Technology Services

Norin Named New Jersey Tech Council 2018 CIO of the Year In the digital age, life struggles to function without reliable technology. If a connection is slow or the network has disruptions, frustrations quickly come to the surface. People have…
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January 15, 2019

Zoom Video Conferencing Provides New Learning Opportunities for Higher Education

Video conferencing has become a necessity in higher education, as it allows schools to expand their impact by offering new learning opportunities from across the world. Students can learn from guest lecturers literally located anywhere in the world. Collaboration via…
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January 15, 2019

Embracing the Advancement of Technology and Its Impact on Higher Education

Seton Hall’s Paul Fisher Plays Crucial Role in Technology Evolution The advancement of technology and the transformation of digital capabilities over the past 25 years have complicated how institutions of higher education implement their technology plans and oversee equipment, support,…
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January 2, 2019

EdgeCon 2019 to Present New Opportunities and Strategies for Digital Transformation in Education and the Public Sector

NEWARK, Jan. 2, 2019 -- EdgeCon 2019, New Jersey's premier technology and leadership event, is expecting a record turnout, approaching 400 attendees from across the country on January 9-11. The annual conference will focus on digital transformation for today's education, government, and healthcare institutions, covering an…
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December 14, 2018

CIO Studies Show What it Takes to Become a Successful CIO

Thriving chief information officers (CIOs) in higher education like to know what’s happening around campus. Knowledge is power to them as they guide decision-making and oversee technology. For Dr. Wayne A. Brown, this passion for helping CIOs become successful has…
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