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What Can an Instructional Designer Do for Me?

More than one-third of all students take at least one online course each year. But their experience varies, ranging from courses that are dry, boring, unengaging, and ineffective, to courses that are highly interactive, effective, and represent a better experience for the student than an actual classroom.

Building a Data Lake: Step by Step

October, 2019 During the last few years, I’ve spent most of my time helping customers assemble a variety of data sources into a data lake. Whether or not you like the idea of a data lake or a data warehouse, or a lake house, as one university administrator fondly joked, the following checklist can be useful.

Unicon Pledges to Support National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019 as a Champion

Unicon has become a Champion of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2019. Unicon joins a global effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy and provide a safer, more secure, and more trusted Internet.

Getting Ready for Back to School

July, 2019 Back to School is almost here, and we all know what a challenging time of year this can be. The load on your systems suddenly skyrockets as new and returning students start to enroll and get ready for fall classes. There is a heightened sense of urgency...

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When your institution or organization requires an informed advisor, we're here for you. Drawing from our 25 years of experience, we offer guidance for education technology strategy, analysis, vision, and project implementation.

Facilitating Individualized Assessments for Learning Analytics Readiness

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Oftentimes, the implementation of a new technology is cookie-cutter. Someone writes a general blanket process and wants everyone that’s implementing it to follow the directions to a T. But just as often, the organizations that are adopting the technology are drastically different. How could they possibly all follow the same implementation plan with success?