More people than ever are able to attend college through the use of new technologies. Across the nation, more minorities, Native Americans, veterans and older adults now have better access to higher education. Carl Albert State College (CASC) is one of those colleges employing new strategies to improve access and outcomes for their students. The Full Article…
The Rhea Fire in western Oklahoma was still in its early stages when the Oklahoma Forestry Services reached out for assistance to fight the flames. The Florida Forest Service answered the call and formed a Southern States Type 1 Incident Management Team (IMT) with assistance from several other agencies. The team took command of the Full Article…
In 2017, Seminole State College (SSC) began searching for a videoconferencing solution that would improve their distance learning programs and increase their outreach to area high schools. SSC partnered with OneNet to deploy a cloud-based videoconferencing solution to better connect teachers and students.
Technology is an integral component of education in today’s digital world, but maintaining modern technology systems can be expensive and require significant expertise. For Oklahoma’s higher education institutions, a new vendor contract is addressing this challenge, and the cost savings and efficiencies are having rippling effects for students of all ages.
Since the college’s beginning in 1901 with only 217 students, Northern Oklahoma College has been on the forefront of advancement. More than 100 years later, OneNet helps to provide the most up-to-date digital connection possible for the over 4,600 students who attend Northern Oklahoma College each year.
Cameron University’s Lawton and Duncan campuses now connect seamlessly to each other thanks to OneNet and the Oklahoma Community Anchor Network (OCAN). Because of this direct connection, the Duncan campus can now offer more reliable courses for its remote learning options and the university has a stronger business continuity plan.
Rose State College in Midwest City is committed to providing ‘doable’ higher education opportunities. Flexibility is key for modern students who are often juggling full-time jobsRose State Logo and family obligations, which is why Rose State’s dedication to providing reliable internet matches the tenacity of its student body.
Location can be a major hindrance for those pursuing higher education. This obstacle is often present in small Oklahoma communities where the closest university might be several hours away. For many people, completing a degree can often be highly impractical, especially for nontraditional students. Leaders at Northeastern State University (NSU), with campuses in Tahlequah, Broken Full Article…
Noel Magwood is no stranger to the chaotic nature of life, but when medical issues prevented her from returning to Oral Roberts University midsemester, she was introduced to a new trial that would save her academic career and dreams—a robot that went to class for her when she physically could not.
OneNet recently collaborated with the Norman Public School District and Information Technology Shared Services at the University of Oklahoma to form an innovative technology cost-sharing alliance.