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Oracle at EDUCAUSE 2012 to Discuss Education Trends and Solutions
Oracle will take advantage of the annual EDUCAUSE conference to showcase its solutions, services, key partners, and education-industry research to help schools improve student outcomes and become more competitive.
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Study: Higher Ed Sees Big Payoff for Investments in Better Student Services
A new survey of college students and administrators uncovered revealing statistics about the impact of student services on overall student satisfaction rates, and how higher education institutions can improve those services.
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Expert Panel Explores the Benefits of Oracle’s Investments in Education and Research
Despite deep cuts in budgets and staffing levels, education and research institutions are finding ways to invest in curriculums, enrich the student experience, and improve the competitiveness of their organizations. Success stories were offered by industry executives in an expanded general session at the recent Oracle OpenWorld 2012 conference.
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Come to Oracle booth 526 at the EDUCAUSE 2012 annual conference to learn more about Oracle solutions that power the academic enterprise. Information and demonstrations include the following topics
  • The green campus: virtualization station
  • Insight and analysis
  • Personalized student experience
  • Oracle and technology curriculum programs
  • Cloud computing and engineered systems
  • Big data and the research enterprise
  • Securing the academic enterprise
  • Enterprise solutions
  • Information about service and financing programs designed to help education customers achieve results
Also in the booth will be Oracle partners

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Optimizing the Higher Education Student Experience
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Oracle Education and Research Executive Blog
Featuring Cole Clark, global vice president, Oracle Education and Research.
Oracle Academic Computing Blog
Featuring Kevin Roebuck, director of academic computing, Oracle Education and Research.
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Higher Education User Group Oracle and Higher Education User Group Improve Product Solutions
Oracle customers and the independent Higher Education User Group partner with Oracle to improve the user experience and education industry–specific solutions.
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Solution Brief: Oracle Cloud Education and Research Services: More Value, Greater Choice
Executive Summary: Oracle Cloud Education and Research Services
Overview and Frequently Asked Questions: Oracle Cloud Education and Research Services
Data Sheet: Sun Hardware from Oracle: Pricing for Education
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New Report from Oracle Shows That Investment in Student Services Will Significantly Enhance the Education Experience for College Students
Campus Technology Magazine: Taking Your School into the Cloud? Keep It Simple
University Business Magazine: Student Services Pulse Check
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EAFIT University Simplifies Compliance for Licensing Hosted Student and Course Administration
University of Melbourne Runs Oracle WebCenter Portal on Oracle Exalogic
Ponelopele Oracle Secondary Schools Helps Boost Education Test Results by Using Virtual Desktops
All Oracle Education and Research Customer Success Stories
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November 6–9, 2012
Denver, Colorado

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December 4–6, 2012
São Paulo, Brazil

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