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Sustainable Methods for Campus Technology Training

by John Bowers, Julie Dent, and Kathleen Barnes Offering campus technology training online is an effective, sustainable alternative to live training workshops that saves space, time, equipment, and paper. Video tutorials are short, Flash-based animated sequences of screenshots with voiceover narration that can be combined with assessments for more comprehensive online workshops. Video tutorials for …

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Education Asset Management and Green Sustainability at the University of Richmond

In January 2008, Ed Ayers, president of the University of Richmond, signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment. This commits the university to creating a comprehensive action plan to move toward climate neutrality. Even before “sustainability” became one of the university’s overall goals, Information Services (IS) had already established a sustainability program through reusing (redeploying) and recycling computers. In line with this goal, the IS department at the university seeks to reduce costs and increase efficiency, with a special sensitivity for the environmental impact of the e-waste generated on campus.

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