Tags University of Central Florida

U. Central Florida hires student success VP to boost analytics efforts

by Emily Bamforth

The University of Central Florida's new VP for student success is tasked with using data analytics to improve retention and graduation rates.

Higher ed adjusts as basic technology skills change

by Emily Bamforth

A group of university leaders discussed how integral digital literacy and software skills are in ensuring students are ready for graduation.

After two years of COVID-19, data guides university mental-health support

by Emily Bamforth

Data is playing a key role in how colleges and universities understand the challenges their students are facing — and how institutions can help.

Fonts matter, claims new educational consortium at U. Central Florida

by Emily Bamforth

A higher ed consortium including Google and Adobe wants to make it easier for users to optimize font and spacing online and to apply those preferences.

U. Central Florida uses holograms to train medical students

by Emily Bamforth

University leaders said the technology, which could replace live patients, allows students to familiarize themselves with a broader range of symptoms and rare cases.

U. Central Florida is rearranging its IT structure

by Emily Bamforth

A new structure includes a tiered organizational chart and a greater emphasis on shared services across the institution.

U. Central Florida announces $3M cybersecurity scholarship program

by EdScoop Staff

Funding from the National Science Foundation will provide students at the University of Central Florida scholarships for cybersecurity studies.

Open educational resources saved UCF students $750,000 last semester

by Colin Wood

Open educational resources are increasingly common at universities like University of Central Florida, but many higher education faculty remain unaware they're available.

E-scooters return to U. Central Florida as in-person classes resume

by Betsy Foresman

Scooters were removed from campus when the pandemic forced the university to close its doors and move online, but now as students return, so do the scooters.