Southern Utah State Schools set Use the Cafe
It was a great week meeting with the CIO, Directors, and Tech Gurus of these Southern Utah Universities! We are excited to enable Cranium Cafe into their Canvas LMS. This will be the beginning of a great partnership with UEN and other Utah state schools and will bring Cranium Cafe to rural, online, and disabled students so that ...
This year's NACADA conference had over 3,000 attendees from across the United States, Canada, China, Egypt, Japan, New Zealand, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom. Cranium Cafe's CEO, Tracy Gorham, presented the Cafe software to a group of progressive academic advisors trying to find a better way to communicate one-on-one with students who live too far to make it to campus. ...
The Gore School of Business 25th Anniversary: Entrepreneurial Showcase
Cranium Cafe was recently be highlighted at Westminster College's 25th Anniversary of the Gore School of Business on September 19, 2013. The Cranium Cafe team presented their micromeeting software The Cafe to hundreds of attendees representing higher education, technology firms, and more.
The showcase included fellow Westminster graduates and current student entrepreneurs showcasing their start-up companies. Attendees ...
Cranium Cafe was delighted to present our micromeeting software at the 1st Annual eLearning Conference located at Spokane Falls Community College. The attendees at this event included Washington state colleges and universities in Spokane and the surrounding areas. Teaching professionals, faculty, administrators, and IT directors attended this two day event held on September 9th and 10th, 2013.
The premise of the conference was to ...
Cranium Cafe Attend First SLC Hack Night!
The Cranium Cafe team was ready to show our programing skills at the first ever SLC Hack Night! Held at the all-techy new Leonardo Museum, over a hundred software architects and programing enthusiast gathered to discuss innovation and eat pizza. Most of the techies were from Salt Lake City, Provo, and Ogden.
University Mental Health
Research shows that demand for student mental health and wellbeing services is on the rise. "Students don't come to university for the support staff but to be taught by leading academics." So said Nick Petford, vice-chancellor of the University of Northampton back in 2011 after his university announced staff redundancy plans. He argued there was an "imbalance" in the amount of money spent on support staff ...