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[Video] Lotus Notes Traveler Is Like Taking Your Office With You

Many of us really don’t like being tied down to our desk waiting for an important message or phone call. It is a bit of a bummer to be out and about on campus and not know where to go for your next appointment. Perhaps your VCU Campus Shuttle just got a flat tire and […]

[Video] Blackboard & Bb Mobile Learn Are Your Map To Academic Success

Everybody needs a good map from time to time. Whether you are on vacation or trying to find your way to class on the first day of school (See VCU Mobile), a map can help you find your way. But we often need a map to help us navigate the academic landscape as well. The […]

[Video] Cabell Learning Commons Is State Of The Art

The Cabell Learning Commons opened this semester and has proven to be the hot spot for students looking for a relaxing environment to meet up for a little study time together. The second floor Learning Commons, a collaboration between VCU Libraries, VCU Technology Services and the Office of the Provost, features 14,000 square feet of […]

[Video] VCU Hosts Virginia Software Summit

VCU hosted the Virginia Software Summit on August 11, 2010 on the Monroe Park Campus. Over 70 technology professionals representing public and private higher education institutions in Virginia sat down with software vendors to discuss the state of software licensing in higher education. The summit agenda included a panel discussion and breakout sessions dealing with […]